What can you say about getting that
on your work? It means quality, it means that there is substance and it means that you get access to a certain amount of readers. QS stamp
“I was gay for a very long time and was in the closet. And I was an “adoptee” – an adopted kid. I was dealing with all that.”
John Petras’ story is very interesting and inspiring, it shows us that
can be a healing place and that we can accept people as they are. skateboarding
We strongly advise you to press play and afterward take a trip to the
to read the interview. Quartersnacks website
Quartersnacks strikes again. This time we are getting blessed by a new part from Antonio Durao.
Besides all the bad things that are coming out of this pandemic, QS’s very own Josh Velez had time on his hands and finished up a part. If you happen to be a Sneakerhead, you are going to love this even more.
” Josh has been on a half-decade streak of filming parts mostly on his two days off from work a week. For a sizable chunk of 2020, there was no work, so this year’s is an extended edition — complete with cameos from some extended QS family members who haven’t popped up in an edit for deep.”
Not only did he get clips but also managed to sneak in a few guest tricks by Antonio Durao, Connor Champion, Kevin Tierney & more.
QS’s 2020 summer edit featuring Antonio Durao, Connor Champion, Emilio Cuilan and Etienne Gagne.
Quartersnacks we were lucky to find this very interesting read about the Skateboarding Hall Of Fame situation surrounding Kareem Campbell & his self professed pupil Chad Muska.
Read the whole thing by clicking here.
Romain Batard made it onto what we consider one of skateboarding best platform with his remix of the Carhartt WIP socials videos. Chapeau to all parties involved.
After his famed
Place video part Poetic’s own Simon Källkvist has now moved over to NYC’s Quartersnacks so he can put that one under his belt.
He also changed shoe sponsors from the big C to a big N but his love for the game has remained the same and we love him for it. Go and watch Simon’s part now!
We really can’t say anything that
Quartersnacks hasn’t already said but we will add the fact that we feel that this is a must-watch.
Diego Donival went out of his way to create something unique even though QS said it has “one foot in the present, another in the past.” in the end it is all his creation.
A very nice part from the frog sponsored skater that looks like a turtle.
After the success of “came to Paris for nothing” we now get the staple Sicily trip!
All your favorites like Jesse Alba, Nick Michel, ET & Ben Blundell amongst others.
A little tip from one of our favorite filmers, Leon Rudolph.
To enjoy this Boston/Massachusetts local simply press play.
New York in the wintertime doesn’t stand still, from editing to filming the big apple never sleeps.
We can’t put it any weirder than the people over at QS put it themselves:
“The QS version of watching The Wizard of Oz while listening to Dark Side of the Moon or something… idk man… ;)”
Most importantly, young people get to know about history and history gets a fresh little tune up.
Quartersnacks is one of the funniest and most original platforms in skating. They hooked up with The Muska & the sole tech team to talk shoe design and the return of the puffy sneaker.
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It is pretty amazing that there are really good skaters in New York that you never noticed before. It is almost like that musician that you heard featured on some songs, but then all of a sudden their time comes and they drop a great album.
Mike Vallely once said that his tricks were like songs and his video parts were like album’s if that is so Marcello just dropped a damn good album.
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It is worth repeating that Antonio Durao is the motivating force behind this video and as soon as you watch the video you will know why. So press play.
Is this title a flex or a post-modern declaration of uselessness?
“We are ballin’ let’s randomly go to Paris.” or “We did not know where to go so we went to Paris again.” we certainly don’t have the answers but maybe the video does.
Nike SB and Quartersnacks collaborate again and the third time’s a charm. We all know winters in New York can be tough but Antonio makes it seem like light work.
Quartersnacks back in the day re-edit with footage from way back in the day. In our opinion, this is still the QS re-edit to beat the only thing this might be missing is a guy yelling “YERP!”. Otherwise, it ticks all important “skateboarding in the big apple” boxes.
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