End-of-Summer Viewing: Stefano Kerster’s ‘It’s All Love’ Video

It’s All Love is the new full-length from Stefano Kerster A.K.A. @steffybigpotatoes for those of you who only know people by their IG handles ;)

Filmed over the course of the pandemic (had a thought of like “I forgot there were this many schoolyard spots in the city” while watching it, only to remember they all would’ve been shut down during a lot of the filming), and it features parts from Faheem Allah, Julio Peralta, Mike Powley, Elijah Cole, Alberto Olivero, Gio Ricardo + an ender from Andre Beverly. The entire middle section is a massive montage with plenty of familiar faces, some of whom you might only recognize from seeing around skateparks, only to now bear first witness to them crushing street in this very video.

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Zebra Week

The Quartersnacks Nike SB Dunk Low Pro will be available at skateshops in the U.S. + Europe on September 18. (Yes, the date got moved.) No, we will not be selling it on our webstore. We *will* have a few regular QS merch items that we did in conjunction with the shoe available soon. Photo by David Cabrera.

Stephen Ostrowski is pro for Glue! And has a new part! Always get so shook watching people skate that yellow wall rail thing at Long Island University because of how close your head is to the barbed wire. Fully yelled at the screen when Stephen ducked under it. Also includes a beast varial heel courtesy of Cooper and his shenanigans ♥ (P.S. The Ether section at Three Up Three Down is still office-favorite viewing.)

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Run That Back Turbo: Sean Evans’ ‘GRACE’ Part

Even the kids are like, “Holy shit, look at that switch flip.”

Any astute QS reader is already familiar with Tim Savage’s Grace video, which arrived earlier this summer. (Jenkem has a full interview about it, in case you are uninitiated.)

Grace felt nostalgic-yet-current: a 38-minute runtime for a meticulously crafted local video harks back to period when attention spans were un-Instagramized, but the generation it introduces stakes their names well into the future. It is hard to remember what the last Boston video with this many new faces was, and should the Grace boys become the Boston version of something like the Sabotage franchise a few hundred miles south, everyone would be pretty ok with that ♥

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