Chase Walker is back at it with his new sick video “STILL”. This crew has an amazing vibe around them and the editing is great as usual. A feast for the eyes and ears. S/O to Nico Marti for casually killing it behind and in front of the lens. We can hardly wait for the next one.
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After his recent Place Presents BUG’s Moritz Ueberall is back with a new short but sweet clip filmed in New York City. This time it’s Ati Oppelt getting “BUG” overseas.
Chase Walker released a sick new video mostly filmed in New York City featuring a few familiar faces like Trung Nguyen, Zak Anders, Alan Bell, and Isaac White. We´re big fans of the editing. Nice one, Chase!
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Nothing beats filming a skate video with your friends and exactly that is what Juan Reyna did :-). Give it a watch you won’t regret it. Good job Juan!
Filmed in New York City.
The man who brought us “RESPECTFULLY” is back with a new one. This time Chase Walker released a full part of Zak Anders and wow it’s amazing! Zak has a really good eye for spots. Go see for yourselves!
Most people wouldn’t use older footage because they don’t like their skating or their outfits anymore but we think it’s better to release it rather than let disappear on a hard drive. Luckily Nicolas Marti is still down to collect footage over a longer time period and managed to bless us with a new 37-minute long video. We love the chill vibe of this one!
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.
The moment when the “Clockwork Orange” theme music started playing and the titles popped up we already got the feeling that this is going to be a very well-made video. We weren’t wrong. After filming and editing the Noah NYC video we didn’t see much from Mr. Alex Greenberg but of course, he didn’t put his camera aside. On the contrary. After watching his new 26 minutes long work “Much Needed After A Long” we saw what he and his friends had been up to and all we can say is that it was worth the wait.
Great work Alex! Nice to see a lot of familiar faces together with amazing skaters we have never seen before. Another instant New York City classic!
Creating a personal YouTube channel as a skater to upload your own footage might be the next thing. Kader does it and so does Hosea Peeters. He treats us to two minutes of very nice skating filmed in New York City. Better hit that subscribe button!
Filmed and edited by Eryk Burton.
Neema Joorabchi and his friends can´t be stopped. After his last full-length release, he´s back with a new video called “what dreams are made of”. The winter in New York City seems to come to an end, and everyone is slowly crawling out of their winter caves. What a nice time of the year : ).
Our friends over at Quartersnacks teamed up with the brand new Mess Skate Mag to release this video starring Cooper Winterson. You might know him from ETHER, as the person behind the lens or from his “Skating is easy” part, in which he performs in front of it. Cooper is pretty good with both.
One of the most talented skateboarders on planet earth.
Another instant classic by Fucking Awesome with a lot of small details in post production of the audio and photography. It’s always a lot of fun watching those edits and finding all these little references.
Featuring an outstanding Louie Lopez, Na-Kel Smith, Anthony Van Engelen, Sage Elsesser, Diego Todd, the new guy Joe Campos, Nik Stain, Ben Kadow, John Fitzgerald, Donovon Piscopo, Sean Pablo & Andrew Allen.
“A special tribute celebrating the life and legacy of Keith Hufnagel. Video by RB Umali and music by Hanni El Khatib.” – enough said.
QS’s 2020 summer edit featuring Antonio Durao, Connor Champion, Emilio Cuilan and Etienne Gagne.
Some really amazing skating from this Chicago bread ripper. It seems like the level of east coast skating is being raised constantly.