These Magenta parodies are a burgeoning sub-genre of Vine humor.
Colin Sussingham, who photographed many of the hottest moves in Beef Patty, Paych and Horny, tells the story behind a bunch of his favorite photos for Monster Children.
Helas is the Lordz of the 2010s #TDGAFAU
Solid New York montage from the Mood NYC crew and The Man Who Films.
ICYMI: Lurk NYC is back with Volume 10 of the “New York Times” outtakes series, and Jenkem dropped a ten-minute video featurette on the making of Polar and Converse’s “Manhattan Days” video from last year.
Ron Deily and Gavin Nolan with a cold sesh at the 181st Street park this past winter.
They’re trying to build a five-story cement skatepark in Folkestone, England.
Action Bronson’s part from Life is Goodie.
“[Alien Workshop] was dying when we were making Mindfield.” — A.V.E.
Mark Gonzales uploaded a six-minute video of Jake Johnson trying switch flip backside lipslides down Black Hubba in slow motion. Is it art? It must be art.
Standard issue New York iPhone montage with a lot of L.E.S. and Columbus Park footage, which advances the sad reality that Columbus Park may now be the most popular street spot in lower Manhattan, if not Manhattan altogether. Aubrey Graham on #musicsupervision to help you cry through it :'(
Always weird to remember that people actually sometimes maybe kinda sorta read the words that are written on this website.
Late on all of this, but…got sucked into a Google wormhole of reading about ghost cities in China — urban developments intended for millions of people that ended up containing maybe ~2% of that projection. That naturally provoked the question of “why has no one done a skate trip here?” which then lead to a discovery of this two-year-old video. It’s the most eerily post-apocalyptic skate video ever.
No phrase was said more this past weekend than “It’s the Zoo York.” Film yourself listening to the video below on loop for ten hours to win a gift box from Bronze and an Uber gift certificate from Quartersnacks. Tika tika tika tika tika…
Is this rail skateable if you hold the Starbucks doors open? It’s new.
QS Sports Desk Play of the Week: 6′ 3 / 190 pound Steph Curry boxes out 7′ / 270 pound Dwight Howard.
Quote of the Week: “The West Village is the new East Village.” — E.J
Small drop of new summer merch available in the webstore Monday, June 1. 12 A.M.