Built as a custom in 1936 this Henderson is Art‐Deco in all it’s black, shiny, curvy, swooping glory. Just don’t look at the last shot of the bike being ridden — it’s actually an ungainly midget. Le sigh.
For the junior set or aspiring moto designers and colorists. The Ducati coloring book. Print and scribble.
Nice bike. Wicked graphics. Matching helmet. Royal Enfield.
1938 OEC Commander. Today’s looker.
These little handy things come up every Christmas in the Lee Valley tools catalog. A better pocket screwdriver. No more hoping that the dime fits in the slot or that a quarter will give you enough gripping power for that stubborn bolt.
Food and Design
The idea of a gourmet scooping ketchup is, well, so damned foodie. And the packaging plays just the right note.
It’s fresh fruit and vegetable time. Most produce now arrives at the grocery store in anonymous, waxed cardboard crates, but that wasn’t always so. Animalarium gives us a helping of the cleverest animal themed labels. Tons more.
Art, Images, and Design
More from Yuko. The illustrations from The Beautiful and the Grotesque are enough to make you buy the book. The jacket back blurb will clinch the deal.
Not sure who or what just yet, but this is fab abstract street art from Italy.
Anywhere but here (Houston.)
New images for Edward Gorey’s Ghastly Crumb Tinies and a couple of new tinies. (One of these is NSFW if you squint real hard.)
Total Weirdness (and hotness)
Somehow you all seemed to have missed the “hot viral awesomeness” of the Old Spice Campaign; maybe that’s for the best. That’s okay, I watched a bunch for you. And so did the lovely dudes and dudettes at TwoWheels. The opener (with the bike at the end) and a couple of the bike based call and response replies. Oh, yes I do want to be someone’s sensual bike friend of romance.