Web Premiere — John Francomacaro’s ‘N.Y. Archive’ Part

January 30th, 2018 | 10:14 am | Video & Remixes | 3 Comments

Photo by Colin Sussingham

“In between getting busted on KTV’s (R.I.P.) rooftop, punching a taxi cab driver right in the face for disrespecting his woman, and auditioning for lead roles in action-thriller films, Franco found a way to put together a very speshal™ video part in John Valenti’s new offering, N.Y. Archive. Almost three years in the making, the groewth within this timeline is apparent. All of Franco’s outfits are sick. The looks range from a troubled and misguided low-ranking Italian mobster, to a successful businessman and father who works on Wall Street — his statements become more powerful with each clip.” — Vert God A.K.A. Daniel Kim

N.Y. Archive is a new video from John Valenti, whose last full length was 2015’s Local Express. The video should be available soon, but until then, here’s Franco’s section, and Transworld has you covered for the ender part.

Previously: Franco’s part in BSA’s Whole Bitch video


Comment by 57th ave
  • great fashion week part

    January 30, 2018 @ 11:42 am
  • Comment by Pee Wee Longway
  • 360 flip lipslide on a ledge. GTFO

    January 31, 2018 @ 7:18 am
  • Comment by Clayton
  • Quartersnack’s tendency to value outfit choice over all else would annoy me if it didn’t completely align with my personal values. But it does align, so I’m not annoyed.

    January 31, 2018 @ 5:08 pm
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