"The eighties were a dynamic decade in car and bike design. But here in 2016 the motorcycle industry seems to be reaching solely for the retro in its high profile launches. Makes us nostalgic for the future. And especially concepts like "
image: Amelie Lengrand
Of all the many and various creative car brands, Alfa Romeo is one of the most appealing to true automotive aesthetes.
The in-house art departments of the company itself has commissioned many lovely bits of graphic art, "
"An unmissable date for anyone vaguely interested in motorbikes is the forthcoming Bike Shed event in London.
These good peeps are following up there successful early summer do – where they showcased a lovely edit of some of the best pro "
"Just as cars evolve and morph and add to design history - so do the places where they are bought and sold.
So, it was nice when recently we stumbled across a collection of images from car dealerships past - "
"A forthcoming art show in London is set to look at how images of the apocalypse have been presented in the movies. And it's amazing how many of them reference the road and petrol culture in general.
"We've documented the rise of the new wave of custom culture from the early days.
And in the UK the Bike Shed Motorcycle Club is emerging at the creative centre of the community.
According to the Bike Shed's founding collective "
"The Vauxhall Viva is one of the earliest cars I can remember.
I recall sitting snot-nosed in my neighbour’s HC Viva on the way to nursery. I was also slightly jealous because the saloon looked cooler than my dad’"
"A few years ago, I was a passenger on a friend's Harley for a long ride through Santa Barbara, California.
There's really something special about being on a motorcycle, you're part of the whole experience in a way you don't "
"Our FOCUS for this edition is Dan Barnett
Youth is no barrier when you're as talented as Dan Barnett. We join the photographer responsible for shots in our Aston Martin v Porsche and Jaguar XJ features earlier this year for "
"Ever owned something you just know you can never sell?
When it comes to motorbikes, these people know them like the back of their hand. A back of hand they've spent thirty years staring at, as they twist an oh-so-familiar "