And now for something completely unrelated. A buddy sent me a text: Art is so hard to define. Art invokes emotion and engulfs the senses. Art captures the exact mood of a time and place, real or fake. Like a look, ...Read More »
Growing up I never cared much for art. To this day I can't draw a straight line, much less a circle that doesn't look like a deformed egg. Then I got older, and I met a girl, and she painted, and for a few years we rode motorcycles together, until a fork in the road took us in different directions. Then I got older still, and met another girl, and we fell in love, and she really opened my eyes. I met dancers, aerialists, contortionists, choreographers, and more. It was a myriad of people who used their bodies in ways I couldn't even have dreamt of.Read More »
Designer and artist Jonathan Brand has created a 3D printed motorcycle that gearheads, motorcycle enthusiasts, 3D printing fans, and interior designers will all appreciate. From his studio in New Haven, CT, Jonathan Brand has printed out a full-scale replica 3D ...Read More »
My motorcycle paintings from Artwork Only on Etsy have finally arrived! Last month I wrote about my success finding motorcycle art for relatively decent prices on Etsy. If you haven’t already, you should read that post first. In it I ...Read More »
Motorcycling isn’t just a sport, a hobby, or a method of transportation. To many motorcyclists, riding is a lifestyle, a passion, a life-long love affair. Growing up and growing old shouldn’t mean having to sell that love short. My years ...Read More »
Every now and then you come up on something amazing in the online classifieds. Generally I don't look twice at a $30,000 item as I'm scrolling through the motorcycle pages, but in this case I stopped and feasted my eyes on a beautiful and one of a kind piece of artwork.
Not only a motorcycle made of wood, but an absolutely exquisite piece of artwork.