Pat spoke at length with Hiroki about coming to New York City, getting on Traffic, and the couch.
Jack O’Grady’s part in Kitsch manages to be fun AND terrifying at the same time.
Preston Harper’s brand Deby and Sons just dropped “Floppers,” a short-but-sweet montage with plenty of the same characters and spots you saw in Comb a few years back.
The ever-underrated Jake Kuzyk took some of the Antisocial guys + friends through Canada.
Thierry Gormit’s part in Fellas felt like a flashback to an unreleased Cliche video.
NYC sanitation is unrolling a new design for trash cans, which could have widespread ramifications on most every curb cut and basketball court spot in the city, as well as what constitutes “pop.” Probably not, though.
Justin White’s New Thirsty, a relic of early days of the internet dating back to 2007 (I think?), is finally online again in its full glory.
On a similar note, Dan Magee’s been posting some throwback clips from the late 1990s/early 2000s London scene on his new Instagram account.
Arctic Circle is a road trip through some scenic locales to Norway’s Lofoten Islands, which has to be one of the biggest spot deserts imaginable.
Reminder: the new WKND video, Death Dance, premieres this weekend in Los Angeles! If you’re in the area, check it out.