It's undeniable. Ebony paint jobs with black alloys look cool. It might seem a bit of an affectation, and you might be accused of wanting to play the Dark Knight. To roll with black 20s may even summon visions of "
"Dennis Hopper was a beautifully creative freak. So in many ways walking round the Hopper exhibition at London Royal Academy triggered loads of cultural memories. Hopper was perceived as just another actor - albeit one with hippie/countercultural proclivities - "
We stumbled across these very lovely images from the Rolls/Bentley brochure recently and were taken aback by the range of truly beautiful cars that were being produced in England at the time.
These wonderful cars were of course heading "
It's a pretty obscure movie, but King of the Mountain remains one of our favourite car flicks out there.
The film, directed by Noel Nosseck, focusses on a real life scene of the late seventies in which street racers would "
We know, that every boy from the age of six to 106 would dig this little Bentley Soapbox for Christmas: but you're not having it.
Because the sexy little creation is Bentley's. And only Bentley's it was a result of 2008's "
"Drift culture was born on the high, twisty pass roads of Japan.
The scene was particularly popular in the highly populated central strip of the country between Tokyo and Nagano. It was generated and nurtured Hashiriya - the mostly young, "
"We’ve said it before: your taste in motorcycles will be defined by the bikes that were cool at your time of bike consciousness. Usually this is somewhere around adolescence. So hitting this watershed in the early eighties, the Honda "
"We were thinking about who has been most influential in the world of van life. Tough one to call.
My thoughts turned naturally to - and then immediately away from - the Dutch importer Ben Pon and the VW Camper. "
"The birth of the scooter coincided precisely with the post-war boom in the consumer economy.
And along with the industrial boom came an explosion in what used to be called 'Commercial Art'. This was the age of the Ad Man.
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