Wes Lang, who was employed at a tattoo shop in his youth, draws from a range of influences and sources for his practice, including Philip Guston, Martin Kippenberger, and Cy Twombly. His works are gatherings and reconfigurations of American imagery and iconography, commonly featuring flags, skulls, cowboys, and eagles. He also incorporates clippings of found images from newspapers and pornographic magazines in his work
What we present here is a collaboration of the artist with the California Garage, Evil Spirit Engineering and its creation the SAD BUNNY.
To know what is LINDO KILLER you can read below how they define themselves, and if you want to see for the very first time how the Scrambler from BORN will look, save the dates and drop us a visit at the up coming show "one of a kind" from July 7th to 11th, 2014 at galley Mitte Barcelona, we'll share billboard with a bunch of artists and creators.
"LINDO KILLER, since 2002. Wearable and rideable art, One of a kind forever. Art you can wear. Art you can ride on. Art you can afford.
It can be a painted canvas, it can be a T-shirt or a shoe. It can be a pair of sunglasses or a skateboard. It can be a motorcycle or a dress, or a neckless. It can be anything we believe will make you look nicer, anything that will make you feel happier, that makes you get there with style, and will give you that extra spark of fun & uniqueness to get through the day.
We believe every single one of us is unique. So we create one of a kind art pieces you can wear or ride. All are one-off pieces, crafted one by one. Not two are alike, ever.
Against mass production and mass waste we understand and promote the quality craftmanship as a true art, and we are here to stay."
William Fisk very talented artist who's spent the last decade painting impossibly realistic portraits of everything from vintage cameras to aging computer consoles. Within those gadgets we also detect a shared passion, motorcycles!, here's a few sample of it and its work.
Satoshi Araki is a Japanese modeler who does some awesome work! He occasionally builds motorcycles which we show in this post, but a lot of his stuff well... more than meets the eye! His photography is awesome, you be the judge! check its Facebook page for more!.
Over the past year ILOVEDUST have been steadily working with the guys over at Boneshaker Choppers to create their very own Cafe Racer which celebrates 10 years of ILOVEDUST. All over hand painted illustrations and typography combined with the incredible craftsmanship that's gone into the fuel tank, tail piece and custom exhaust is what makes this one black behemoth of an iron head.
Cosmic Motors is a fantasy manufacturer of vehicles of all kinds, located in the center of the Galaxion galaxy. CoMo, as it is affectionately referred to by its outer space fans, was founded in the Galaxion year 8966-B.
CoMo soon became a rising star among the big established vehicle makers in the Galaxion system, and countless record-breaking CoMo vehicles steadily caught the attention of the public. Besides their groundbreaking developments in transportation, CoMo gained fame by turning retired war machinery of other makers into the finest sports competition vehicles. The transformation of these retires war machines into racers accentuates the now peaceful state in the galaxy, even if there era still remote planets with ongoing conflicts.
Today, Cosmic Motors produces some of the finest vehicles in the Galaxion galaxy, successfully blending cutting-edge technology with battle-proven crude mechanics, packaged in a sophisticated design aesthetic.
A quick look into the making of 21 Helmets. 21 Helmets custom painted helmet show featuring 21 NW artists painting on 21 Bell custom 500 helmets.
The Incredible realistic work of Kenji Shibata.
During the Karl Lagerfeld Pirelli calendar launch in Moscow, Renato Montagner, Creative Director of Pirelli P Zero, commissioned artist Scott Campbell to create two signature projects. To engrave a Pirelli tire and to design a special edition P Zero bike jacket by Dainese. In the summer of 2011, Campbell began working on these pieces in his Brooklyn studio in New York.
Creativity and action sports have always gone hand-in-hand – a crowd-sourced mural into an exclusive range of Looking Sideways x Endeavor x Vans Snowboards.
The project came about as part of the huge exhibition at the Vans Wangl Tangl event in Austria back in March 2012. Artists featured included Ed Templeton, Schoph and Blaise Rosenthal, but one of the key exhibits was a huge mural created from images of eyes looking sideways sent in by visitors to wearelookingsideways.com site.
Once the show was finished, they took the mural down and used it to make the graphics for a set of ten super exclusive LS x Endeavor x Vans boards – check the film for a quick overview of how the entire project went down….