Added Kevin Braun’s “Pier 7” part + Casper Brooker’s “Cathedral” part filmed entirely at Southbank (it’s actually the fourth inclusion to be filmed entirely at SB) to the Quartersnacks One-Spot Part Map, which is slowly creeping its way to 100 spots :)
There is absolutely no way you haven’t already caught these, right? Jamal Smith skates to his own music and returns to the Ithaca Park that made him a superstar in his new Adidas part (that heelflip front blunt!) + Jahmir Brown pays homage to Javier Nuñez’s front crook off the Courthouse Drop in his new DC part.
“I once met an old man who was nearly 100, and I said, ‘What do you owe your long years for?’ ‘Walking,’ he said. ‘Death will never catch me up.'” Our dear friend Will Robson-Scott made an incredible video for Palace that has absolutely nothing to do with skateboarding. (It co-stars Heitor, so maybe it has something to do with skateboarding.)
Greg Navarro went out to Staten Island with Leo Heinert and Marco Hernandez to get a tour of the most famous spots in “the forgotten borough” for Jenkem.
“There can be little argument that this current epoch ranks as a kind of camouflage golden age.” Boil the Ocean wrote about Mark Suciu’s camo pants and the general state of camo in 2022 skateboarding at large.
Vague shared a remix of Isaac White’s part in Neema Joorabchi’s Til It’s Gone video.
Your Move is a 30-minute video featuring Kris Brown, Brian Panebianco, and many familiar faces from the circa 2022 Philly scene.
“Is it a catalog or a magazine?” Monster Children has a cool interview with the Yardsale boys about their efforts to drop an annual magazine commemorating all the happenings with their company and team.
QS Sports Desk Play of the Week 🏀 — The play of the week is the Sports Desk finding out that Young Dolph and Key Glock are in the background of Ja Morant’s rookie card.
Quote of the Week 🗣
Connor C: “We should start a Patreon for the random people who watch us skate.”
Conor P: “It’ll probably pay for your weed.”