QS has a very interesting look behind the scenes of one of NYC’s most abstract spots and its main character Cyrus Bennett. If you have no idea about how pros work for their video parts this is a very honest story about how it could do down and how hard some of the people work to get their tricks. Brilliant series brought to you by Quartersnacks.
This new video by Limosine is mainly about the brand new professional Hugo Boserup but it all starts with a mixed section featuring Max Palmer, Genesis Evans, Karim Callender, Aaron Loreth, Cyrus Bennett & Nelly Morville. Watch it once, then watch it again!
The “Hit Video” also known as the Max Palmer video out of NYC delivers the right amount of Max Palmer footage combined with others like Nik Stain, Cyrus Bennett, Andrew Wilson and many many more. Spoiler alert: Max is skating the Canal Fountain spot.
What can we say except, that we have been waiting for something like this for a long time. Christmas isn’t far of but still, this is an early gift. So thank you, Johnny.
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.
Nike SB put our friend and really good skater Didrik Galasso on a plane and shipped him over to New York City.
Quarantine sucks but at least you finally have some time to edit all your phone footage.
Jesse Alba did so and we all benefit from it!
A very sweet and concise video by Jared Sherbert for Stüssy. The vibe in this is very well put together and nothing is wasted a really good piece of work.
Jesse Alba, Diego Todd, Charlie Van Lent, Aaron Loreth, Lance Mountain & Cyrus Bennett.
Some people have compared Nolan Benfield’s style to that of Mike Carroll, we don’t know if that is true but press play and make up your own mind.
Check out all the 917 crew + some bonus people by pressing play.
Power, that is the word the comes to mind when we talk about the video but specifically when we think about Caleb Barnett. Quirky and in the margins are the words we chose for Max Palmer & reckless for Cyrus’ performance.
All in all our favorite part of the Trust Fall project so far.
Alex Olson’s Nine One Seven just released its second full length video and it is full of gems. Do yourself a favor and click play. We already did it a few times by now.
Nike SB just dropped one of their newest and most important projects of the year “Trust Fall” featuring some of the best and one of the most legendary people in skating.
Blake Carpenter, Daan Van Der Linden, Donovon Piscopo, Kyron Davis, Caleb Barnett, Casper Brooker, Karsten Kleppan, Cyrus Bennett, Max Palmer, Sean Malto, Andrew Wilson, Nik Stain, and Stefan Janoski.
Johnny’s first skate clip in a while and it is a good one!
Nike and the NBA did it again and this time the squad seemed to know the plays and did some joint destruction on most spots.
Antonio Durao, Yuto Horigome, Cyrus Bennett, Jacopo Carozzi, Elissa Steamer, Mason Silva, Bobby Worrest, Karsten Kleppan and special guests Max Palmer and Stu Kirst.
Tor Ström A.K.A. Vxtaosen just released a new video with all of his friends, under which a full Ville Wester part. So good…
Featuring: Peter Stege, Jboy, Hugo Boserup, Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg, Emile Laurent, Hjalte Halberg, Ville Wester, Jerome Cambell, Andrew Wilson, Karsten Kleppan, Jesus Fernandez, Enzo, Elias Menzi, Jan Henrik Kongstein, Tobias “Herb” Simeon, Hunter, Thomas Kring, Rune Glifberg, Fernando Bramsmark, Cyrus Bennett, Kyle Wilson & Diego Todd.
Some nice 917 extras filmed by Cyrus Bennett featuring all your swoosh riding favorites.
Big companies like Nike is that they have a lot of stuff crammed in a year, from the Australian “Medley”, a 58 Blazer to the Hockey collab and now a southwest trip for the new styles of the Blazer. All these projects have different people involved in front of and behind the lens. Which means that everybody gets to like their version of the SB division.
This newest edit was filmed and edited by Tor Ström, who is from CPH and went to Malmö’s Bryggeriet school. So putting him with Hjalte, Oski, Hugo and Ville makes a lot of sense to us because we feel that touring with your friends brings out the best! Thus allowed this to become one of our favourite SB videos of 2018. Now please press play!
Most of you saw the 917 video and as with almost any “big” video nowadays multiple filmers where involved in making that project become a reality. 2two2 provides us with the perspective of Sean Dahlberg the person who actually filmed those tricks. Enjoy!