Photo by Andre Page
Happy Birthday Pad Dowd. He once filmed four lines in one day.
LurkNYC has a new Carlos Mendoza part. Ender at Blubba is pretty nuts.
The Bunt has a [text] interview with our friend Keith Henry, the photographer who is forever on the quest for the right-fitting pair of pants.
The 2000s nostalgia continues, with Dime guiding DC’s hand into the return of fatboy shoes via their re-issue of the DC Legacy. Ripped Laces has some words on both the slimmed down and husky versions of what is essentially the DC Air Max 95.
Thrasher put up a new, all-NY “Mind of Marius” with a bunch of chill Lenox footage.
The double-vision intro from Spirit Quest is now online.
You’ve probably seen it, this one. New 12-minute Frog edit.
The QS Film Desk isn’t the most enthusiastic group of Harmony Korine fans (haven’t watched the Epicly Later’d yet…), but gotta #respect anyone who made the leap from growing up on skate videos to making feature films. He talked about some of his favorite videos over on Vice.
There’s a new, longer version of the Nike SB vid of Lacey Baker skating around the city, which you’ve seen in commercial form of as pre-roll on Thrasher, etc.
Seems like there’s a sick spot under all those Halloween decorations.
QS Sports Desk Play of the Week: Kyrie Irving on the C’s is 2011 D. Rose I guess?
Quote of the Week: “Strike one, that’s her man. Strike two, that’s her other man. Strike three, she’s a fed.” — Dallas Todd