The new woodcut sign is up and looming over the store. My bud Chris cut the sign for me and I employed my wife to help me paint it with One Shot enamels last Friday night. I used an old Elmo projector to cast the design onto it after spraying the whole thing black, then […]
Things got heavy this past September in Lancaster, PA. The creative collective known as Pure Sludge threw a helluva bash in the form of the Heavy Heads Helmet Exhibition. I was more than stoked to be involved by painting helmet for the show.
This bizarro creation was first seeded in my brain at the tail end of the party that is Ride 2 Skate weekend. It features a handful of eyeballs and an eyeful of Chopper Jesus in full technicolor. Come out and see this 500ft high helmet in the raw flesh this Saturday, September 27th from […]
I remember the first year I rode up to Brooklyn from Philadelphia for the NYC Vintage Motorcycle Show. It was 2010 and I just started riding with all the “Chin on the Tank” guys from Philly. Some were older and experienced and others just plain fearless. I’d say I was on the unexperienced and fearless kick, […]
Notice the Yamaha written in the tire tread stripes. A few weekends ago I took a Norton Commando tank and dirt tracker seat into the paint booth – they were the crown jewels of a Yamaha rd350. I spent all Saturday prepping the pieces and that night blasting it with orange under the guidance of […]