Village Psychic premiered our friend (and QS correspondent) Adam Abada’s part in Perennial by Kevin Horn, “a skate video by our friend from Minnesota starring our friends from New Jersey that was filmed in L.A.”
New Baker rider Stu Kirst is the latest guest on the Angel & Z podcast.
Ever wondered how much footage Ishod gets on a single Euro trip?
Iggy and Sneeze magazine followed Kevin Rodrigues around Paris and Alex Olson around L.A.
Bill Strobeck made a quick new midtown night edit for Supreme.
“Dude, I spoke to a psychic, and she was like ‘stay away from Clockwork Orange’ and I broke my ankle where they filmed the first scene of A Clockwork Orange in London.” Monster Children has a sick interview with Nora Vasconcellos.
“The post is also to get people thinking that maybe this whole resell market of these lenses is so ridiculous that maybe we should come out with a better alternative.” Priced-gauged fisheyes, early days of Krooked, and recuiting everyone from Dylan to Austyn to Cyrus via the longest tenured HUF employee, Tyler Cichy in the new Heckride interview. Words by Doja Cat.
Nobody has ever accused northern England of having the smoothest spots, but Joe Allen’s latest video, “Passing Places,” scavenges the outskirts of those scenes’ centers for cheese-grater cement banks and bricks that were probably set before Churchill took office. Features some fire clips from QS correspondent Farran Golding + a great dog cameo as well :)
QS Sports Desk Play of the Week Is Back 🏀 — Pre-season games have no business being this intense.
Quote of the Week 🗣 — “Rewatching The Sopranos is great, but around hour 18 it’s like, ‘I could have learned Arabic in this time.'” — Miller GDP