The season most accommodating to skateboarding has come to an abrupt halt in the past week as the snow hit and hasn't stopped since it began. With the seasonal uphold comes some inevitable hard drive dump from those who behold the homies footage. Fritz Pfaff and Quentin Boyer came through last weekend with some fall footage edits to accompany Dominic Palarchio's Baby video. Between these two and Anthony Randazzo's Wig edit these feature the likings of shop riders such as Brennan Richman, Cooper Prezkop, Quentin Boyer, Alec Ash, and Dom. Feast your eyes on these for some inspiration as we recluse to indoor parks or the ski hill for the winter time.
In spirit of the recent disposal of his vx1000, Dominic Palarchio decided to dump some local footage that we've been itching to view for a while now. John_R features the likings of shop heads such as Alec Ash, Brandon Ash, Brennan Richman, Quentin Boyer, Cooper Prezkop, and of course Dominic; all alongside many local homies. This was all filmed predominately in the Metro-Detroit/downtown area as well as some footage from several trips to Chicago. Enjoy! Alec Ash fs 50-50, photo by Dominic Palarchio Brennan Richman bs 50-50, photo by Dominic Palarchio Quentin Boyer bs wallride late shuv, photo by Dominic Palarchio
Stanley's back again with some more heat out of the Detroit skate scene; this time in HD. He and the boys have been hard at work over the past few months stacking clips in and around Detroit along with some footage from a recent Chicago trip. In spirit of National Go Skate Day, Stan decided to come through with this fresh drop of footage. check out #1; featuring People Skateshop riders Quentin Boyer, Erik Kata, and Brennan Richman; shop employees (past/present) Andrew Carroll, Dominic Palarchio, and Alec Ash; alongside homies Nick Mulcahy, Cooper Przekop, Mikey Waite, Jake Hahn, Nathan Beyers, Jeremy Cooper, Tanner Sawgle and more!
Dominic Palarchio is one talented individual. Whether it be on a snowboard, as part of the Burton Knowbuddy AM program, On a skateboard interacting with the urban landscape of Detroit, or behind the lens documenting Detroit Skateboarding; It's hard to know what direction he's going to go because he's good enough to follow whatever path he chooses. This very much parallels another former employee, Cameron Strand who did this interview with Dominic (and probably helped set this whole thing up). It's no surprise Cameron sees a lot of himself in Dominic. They both come from the same hometown of Brighton, Michigan.They both are a couple of wallflowers, who take a bit of work to get to know and are more...