Quartersnacks Top 10 — December 1, 2017

December 1st, 2017 | 8:48 am | Daily News | 1 Comment

Wow, it’s December ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ This week is mainly a Krooked edition of the countdown, with a few check-ins from other corners of the skateboard universe. End of the year content begins next week, see you guys then ♥

Original Clips:

Spoiler

Intro via @asphaltposerclub [link] 10) Kevin Coakley via Traffic’s Look Left [link] 9) Matt Gotwig via Krooked’s LSD video [link] 8) Hugo Bosserup via “Dirt River” [link] 7) Brandon Westgate via New Balance’s “Parallax” video [link] 6) Tycho Henskens via “Booticelli Boys: The Sound of Success” [link] 5) Matt Miller via “Visual Skateboards Promo [link] 4) Bobby Worrest via Krooked’s LSD video [link] 3) Brad Cromer via Krooked’s LSD video [link] 2) Matt Anderson via Krooked’s LSD video [link] 1) Louie Lopez via “West End” part [link]

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Previously: November 24, 2017

Holiday QS goods available at U.S. shops now (although they may only now be arriving on the west coast.) You can check our shops list for who carries it. Arriving in Europe next week, Canada and Australia shortly.

The webstore will open on Monday at midnight E.S.T. (essentially Sunday night.) Click through for a small preview featuring our favorite 9-5er.

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Chilling With Friends

November 27th, 2017 | 12:10 pm | Daily News | No Comments

Photo via Buan

No Cyber Monday deals, but the majority of what we have left from spring is on sale in the webstore. Holiday QS goods arriving to U.S. shops this week. Available in Japan now. Arriving in Europe and Canada next week. Available online next Monday, December 4 at midnight. AND! on the occasion you need some hot garms at this exact moment, Alltimers just stocked their webstore with their holiday range.

The Krooked video is online. It all blends perfectly, if you let the liquor tell it ;)

Matt Velez’s sequel to Sable, entitled Calzone, is premiering in Brooklyn (off the Morgan L) on Thursday. Flyer here Village Psychic has an interview with him about it (should’ve figured those were Seinfeld refs..), and here are a few new IG teasers.

Strobeck compiled all of Tyshawn’s Insta clips from 2017.

The Russian skateboard scholar who made last year’s Nik Stain Skate Jawn remix is back with #anotherone that covers all Nik’s footage released since Wish Me Well 2.

“Seeing a tiny skater on top of a sculpture on a Thrasher cover got me thinking that if the skater had been a performing artist addressing this art piece, it probably would have landed him on the Art Forum one. Unlike the art critic, the skater isn’t looking for the ‘unsaid’ in an art piece, its hidden meaning.” Raphael Zarka has a new project entitled Riding Modern Art, which chronicles 75 public sculptures and the skate photos shot on them over the years. Be sure to wallie the next Richard Serra you see because he deaded the homie on clearance ;)

Kevin Coakley scours every nook and cranny of the east coast and fakie crooks the Pace Ledge in his Look Left ender part, which is now online.

The Bunt’s latest sci-fi fantasy episode is with none other than Jerry Hsu.

11 minutes of B-sides from some ATL boys in New York.

These Typical Culture guys covered a lot of ground in their “Summer Trip to New York” edit, even touching one of Max Palmer’s all-time worst spots.

Theories is hosting a premiere of the Evisen video this Saturday, December 2, at the Wythe Hotel. Space is limited, and tickets are $5.

Always enjoy these Marseilles edits from Unemployed, and they serve as a good reminder of our 2018 goal to visit somewhere in France besides Paris ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Their latest has Sean Pablo and Jake cameos.

QS Sports Desk Play of the Week: Don’t see this every day

Quote of the Week: “It feels like I have an Android again.” — Meatball’s iPhone X Review

“Did you hear the Mase and Ca—”
“No.”

Quartersnacks Top 10 — November 24, 2017

November 24th, 2017 | 10:40 am | Daily News | No Comments

Have a good weekend ♥

Original Clips:

Spoiler

Intro via @citibikeboyz on IG [link] 10) Ville Wester via “I Feel Love” [link] 9) Robert Pace via IG [link] 8) Korahn Gayle via “Grey x Skateboard Cafe – Paris” [link] 7) Michael Sommer via “Rådhuset” [link] 6) Niels Bennett via “Dit Is Berlin – Episode 02/03” [link] 5) Seimi Miyahara “Evisen Video – Trailer 2” [link] 4) Roar Kolnes via “Rådhuset” [link] 3) Riley Hawk via Shep Dogs 5 [link] 2) Zach Kovacs via “Pro For Pizza Part” [link] 1) Tiago Lemos via “Indy” part [link]

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Previously: November 17, 2017

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America’s Next Top Triangle

November 21st, 2017 | 7:00 am | Daily News | 3 Comments

To everyone still @ing us on social media to let us know that The Triangle™ is back: no the fuck it’s not. The cement is shit, the pink bumps are shit, and nobody on the Frog team has responded to a “are you skating?”-text in a month :(

But we’re no less still hooked on triangles, desperate to restore the joy of E. 9th Street’s onetime premier destination for a 50% chance of getting hit by a car. Philly skaters forced Love Park into resurrection once City Hall was destroyed, and Muni became a natural alternative once Love met the same fate. However riddled with champagne problems New York skateboarding may be — we never had the luxury of being able to replace something as special as Love by walking across the street to a nearly-as-good spot.

Like an opioid epidemic, once the good designer shit runs scarce, the demand for shittier alternatives rises. And lately, people have been skating some shitty triangles.

End of the Year Fall Off List

November 20th, 2017 | 11:52 am | Daily News | 2 Comments

Been slow around here, as recent injuries have taken their toll on office morale, but December is always busy. QS holiday 2017 tees are now available at Supreme Soho and Brooklyn. Arriving at other shops this week and next. Online soonish?

Probably one of the most fried concepts for a recent skate video, but in the best way possible — Kyota Umeki filmed an entire skate video on a Nintendo 3DS with a fisheye taped to it. 90% of it is filmed within like, five blocks of the L.E.S. Park. I also have “Groove Is In The Heart” stuck in my head now, great.

The crew behind Newark’s Shorty’s spot (R.I.P.) was allotted a piece of land by the city, in which they have begun to build a bowl. They’re looking to raise money for supplies, concrete trucks, etc. to speed up the project. If you’ve been to Shorty’s even once, please donate whatever you can so they can continue forward with the Shorty’s spirit ♥

People are insane. They don’t wanna see you shining on a nollie crook in Tribeca.

Bobby Worrest has a comprehesive interview with “The Nine Club,” with a detailed discussion re: the lost art of skate spot politics and east coast aversion to wax. (His favorite Bobby Worrest part is also “Looks Ok To Me.”)

“The single biggest casualty of single parts is there’s no extra bullshit.” Abada has an interview with The Secret Tape, the guy who owns every hardcopy skate video besides the premiere copy of Photosynthesis.

Genny, Nik Stain, Andrew Wilson, Nolan, etc. with an iPhone clip from Portland.

Pat Buckley has been posting a bunch of Dobbin Block-era photos of Caddo, Frankhouse, Mraz et al. over on Tumblr.

A minute-and-a-half of 2017 Brian Wenning footage, who is apparently back on DC.

Harry Bergenfield has a six-minute, half-New York throwaway clip up now. A lot of clips have been starting off with fights lately, huh? Angst still running strong ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Kept forgetting to link this one: Miami’s Andrew skate shop crew on the west coast.

^Someone tell 2005 Erik Ellington that this thick shorty is looking for him, insofar as the pork pie hat guy doesn’t get to her first.

Well, this video is going to be pretty fucked

It gets better every time you watch it. Shout out Australia.

QS Sports Desk: Imagine if the Knicks did a subtler trust the process-esque strategy instead of doubling-down on iso-Melo and then trying to force the triangle onto the modern NBA for the past decade? Eh.

Quote of the Week:

— Charles Rivard

Happy birthday Future. No clue how we’d get through life on this planet without you ♥