Archive for the ‘inspirations’ Category
This aerospoke will take on a jet black base and topped with a triple stage Icecream effect (gold flake, currency, and a touch of glass).
Hey folks, if you get a chance to see the “Hubba Bubba” in person – you’ll be purely blown away! The amount of techniques involved in this project will drive you crazy just trying to place them all together. As long as I have an extremely happy client that’s what counts most.
Presented this ‘Mothers Day’ gift to my mom over the weekend – and her jaw dropped! I think I used a bit too much ‘icecream’ because every time sun hit the surface she had to turn away from the shininess!
Getting rid of the traditional fire engine red and putting a new spin on this wagon. Additions to this paint job – larger rims, stained wooded gates, and just murdered out!
This isn’t the best image of the chameleon paint, but one we get another sunny day and this number is fully cured more will be provided. For now, enjoy this leaked photo of the project.
The concept sketch turn out really well and the frameset is looking incredible. I’ll post finals of the frame and fork at the end of the week.
Icecream graffiti sessions are officially taking place as we speak. I’ll be doing bits and piece here and there – eventually covering the entire wall. I’ll keep general image updates of the progression on here and facebook.
The 360 degree graffiti session on the kendama looks great. Time to add the ‘icecream’ and make this baby shine like there’s no tomorrow! More images coming soon!
This bike was repaired from an intense crash – bending the top and down tube along with the fork. Now we have a fully repaired frameset (not exactly ike the original) but close enough to get the point across
images of the actual frameset coming soonish…
Taking three colors tones and trying to integrate them together to create a new bubble gum/icecream flavor! The line consist of metallic green, candy purple, and chrome metal; I also mght slip in some hot pink.
Its nice to post the smaller projects that I work on behind the scenes – this GT fork will have a basic satin/matte coating with a jet black euro base.
It’s a bit difficult to capture the incredible effects on the surface, but hopefully I’ll get some sun images of the GoKart in the next couple of days. Otherwise, I can’t complain on the end result. The NJS combo with a hint of glass flake will literally blind folks when this number is on the race track.
Restoration of the week goes to this vintage frameset – OLMO. After years of use, it’s time to make its way into the Icecream Shop for some goodies. We will be replicating another classic OLMO with a satin red/orange tone.