Nick Bott – Double peg to toothpick hanger, Norristown, PA. I met Nick earlier this year and right away I was surprised we hadn’t crossed paths because he’s so damn good. Also, his dog, Philip, happens to be one of the coolest dogs on the planet and can be found gracing Nick’s Instagram on an almost daily basis.
“Its about that time for the Quintin 2012 Fall delivery to start to hit the shelves of your favorite stores worldwide as well as our online shop. We initially released our Summer 2012 collection with a hint of what is to come from the brand including shorts, button up’s, t’s and hats. With the Fall 2012 collection we have come full swing as a brand offering a wide variety of items. It is tough for us to show everything to you so we have decided to pick out our favorites. As the Quintin brand evolves you will begin to see our lives influenced into each piece.
We started this brand for the pure fact that we love creating unique product, we always knew that we wanted to grow from a headwear brand into a full fledged company. With all of your support we are truly living the dream and we thank each and every person that follows our brand and allows us to do what we love. Hope you enjoy the Fall 2012 collection as much as we do. The Fall line is up on our store – Shop”
All photos and captions by Wayne Riser
13 year old Xavier Lopez is the lil brother of Robbie Decelle (featured in this gallery) and in this shot I showed up at the local skate park (Rusch Park or RPL) and shoot a few. Xavier is an up and coming rider who just progresses everyday he is out there.
This one was shot a few years ago at an LA street jam. It’s Mike “Hucker” Clark sending it for the long jump contest. The vibe of these jams is always pretty rad and it’s just all about getting a huge crew of riders together to cruise the city. Of course, tons of riding goes down and this spot in particular provided some serious entertainment. Actually right after this photo was taken my shutter blew out and had to be fully replaced for the first time.
This is the house that the MacNeil team had rented in Long Beach when they came out to work on the #MCNLBC project. They had the house for a total of six weeks and riders flew into Cali to come out and work on filming and shooting photos. The place was actually a fully furnished rental property and was super dialed. Besides the crazy cleaning lady trying to get everyone kicked out things were pretty chill at the house.