Classic Gulf racing livery has always been one of my favorites. And a bobber isn’t a bad thing. So here we have an H-D bobber in a very nice rendition of the Gulf livery. Yeah, I’ll give that one shop space.
Some dear friends are of a certain age, and this Kawasaki Z1 custom will bring sighs of recognition. And then awe, this is everything the Z1 could have been if modern forks and brakes, as well as modern manufacturing standards had been available then.
The fun of photographing a 1951 Cooper Mk V, and a bit of the history of the demon. Like so many other racers — it’s a string of bitza prototypes more than an actual “model.” It’s also way too cute.
I’ve seen these microscope images of snow flakes in a couple of places. But nowhere are they as neatly tied to the universe as here on Akira the Don’s site where they are introduced with “Every little girl has got the galaxy inside her/ funny how we always told the very same tales.”
Things I didn’t know… A box scraper really was originally used to scrape boxes or rather to scrape the labels off of boxes so that they could be reused.
Art, Images, and Design
Bright, bold, and um, gooey? Matt Mignanelli. Way better than any of the “psychedelic” album covers of our youth.
Thieves. More bikes and riders done by the excellent French graphic artists at Silence TV. Clean lines, telling tonal values, and missing pieces.
Flat faced, elongated creatures with scaly exteriors draw in black and white, Phlegm does a couple of walls in Sheffield.
Happy making storage system. Bird houses on a pole for your kids room, erm, front hall.