Photo by @jirodreamsofskating 🏔️
Speaking of TikTok! Jenkem did some market research on whether it is bound to overtake Instagram as the social media home of skateboarding, with insight from skaters who have excelled at building followings on there. (Yes, we have one, but have no fucking idea what to do with it at the moment.)
The Crenshaw Skate Club dropped a Summer Trip to New York edit.
YouTube archivists already compiled an array of highlights from the Vans x Hockey jam that went down at Tompkins on Friday. That rail might be in the upper tier of most dangerous T.F. obstacles in history.
Thoroughly enjoyed Capers by Camel Skateboards, a video by the new generation out of Liverpool in the U.K. — with a guest section from Charlie Birch tucked towards the latter half.
Anybody going out to Vladimir Film Festival in Croatia? 🎞️ Our correspondent Farran Golding will be holding a screening of a select few “Favorite Spot” segments there, followed by a Q & A. You can find all the info on the Vladimir website.
Village Psychic caught up with Chandler Burton to discuss his “Castle Freak” part.
Fergus Purcell, a Slam City Skates O.G. and designer of the Palace triangle logo (+ so much more), has a new interview over on …the Slam City Skates blog ❤️
Fuck how often you think of the Roman Empire… how often do you think about one of the most widely forgotten and expensive skate videos ever: Nike SB’s Nothing But the Truth? Never? Well, this unseen bit of footage from it might jog your memory. (“The Oral History of Nothing But the Truth” is a dream QS content piece, like a skate version of that book about De Palma trying to make Bonfire of the Vanities and the subsequent flop it became.)
Quote of the Week 🗣
Woman Going On Hinge Date: “Yeah, he told me he used to DJ at WKCR up at Columbia.”
Sweet Waste: “…I used to DJ at Enid’s.”
2020-era QS Lucas remix to send the summer off on 🌊