We have shared the love of Deus before. But the Sydneyside temple of bike and surf culture (taking in two of our passions in a fell swoop of cool), continues to impress with the quality of their vision and output.
Of all the publishing houses dedicated to culture of cars and bikes, Veloce is surely the most prolific. This time, they've come up with something no bike obsessive and consumer of culture will be able to resist.
Alastair Walker's book "
Australia's image, even deep here in the heart of the 21st century isn't really compatible with artful postmodernism. Nor is the motorbike itself particularly associated (in the UK at least) with the tendency to fetishise the object.
Our biking tradition "
"images via DEUS
It's a while since we posted a custom build Bike Crush.
But sick of the mud and the wet of this English El Niño winter, we were musing and dreaming of dry Californian landscapes, when we "
"One quiet day in the studio, still coming down from the high of the Sideburn/Deus Ex Machina ‘Snow Quake’ event in Italy in January, I found my mouse hovering over the ‘buy now’ button on the flights I had "
Whether or not the person in your life for whom you're likely to want to buy gifts is young, old, male or female - if they like fettling anything vaguely metal-wrought and road-going, we think they would really like to "
As your phone is turned to silent, theirs buzzes.
While you're getting comfortable in bed, it's time for boys and girls of the modified car scene to come out to play.
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The new era of "
"In the mid-'90s Lotus launched a car that turned the company around.
A modestly-powered K-series sat behind the driver's seat in a sub-tonne sports car, with a manual ‘box and rear wheel drive, all supported by a sublime aluminium "
" The ‘umbrella on wheels’ or the ‘tin snail’, the unmistakable Citroën 2CV has also been a 24-hour endurance racer, a James Bond film star, a delivery van, a beach buggy-type fun machine, and, in twin-engined four-wheel drive ‘Sahara’ versions, "