Stumbled upon this beautiful little piece of artwork today. What appeals to us about it is the way it skillfully re-imagines the whole world of the Hells Angels by using a simple but effect graphic treatment and a bit of "
"The hard core, the outlaw elite, were the Hell’s Angels… wearing the winged death’s-head on the back of their sleeveless jackets and packing their ‘mamas’ behind them on big ‘chopped hogs.’ They rode with a fine unwashed arrogance, "
"We stumbled across this striking collection of images by US all round creative type Cale Funderburk - and we were immediately motivated to share. We love the simplicity and the boldness of these renderings. Cale obviously draws on some really "
It's a bit of a cliché to say that cars are often the stars of many a movie.
But sometimes its not the tyre smoking rubber-laying car-chase moments through cinematic streets that are the lasting impressions.
"This is a one-off Lamborghini-Zagato collab.
And don't let anyone tell you it's not a result of the oneupmanship that was riddled through the relationship between Ferruccio and il commendatore.
You've heard the story. The Lambo boss was upset at "
"Motoring brands don’t come much bigger than Harley-Davidson. In fact, brands in general don’t come much bigger than Harley-Davidson. It’s a name that transcends industries, cultures and the seven continents.
And probably Mars when we colonise it.
"By 1953, the United States had almost 1,000 nuclear bombs waiting to be dropped. The future of sports cars wasn’t at the top of Gen. Curtis LeMay’s priorities.
It’s the 1950s. In the hushed offices of the military leadership "
What does the future of motoring really look like? At London’s Royal College of Art, postgraduate students on the cutting edge Intelligent Mobility program have been trying to find answers to the question. We met three individuals with interesting "