Now that the “Red Wagon” is fully built – its looking amazing with the oversized wheels and the black matte accents. I’m glad that the design accents showed up against the rest of the build. It’s time to install the custom interior in the bed portion and this thing will be set!
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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!
Let me just say that the paint scheme on this frameset is beautiful, and don’t you worry – it will remain in tack. The small facelift that I will be executing is tinting the fork and ‘new’ bar/stem combo bars to be more cohesive with the rest of the build. The Easton fork will be cleaned up and all decal transfers will be removed to show the underlining 3k carbon weave.
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.
With the sun out in full force we couldn’t pass it up with showing the GoKart. The images don’t do it justice (as usual) – there are so many shades of color and reflections you can’t help but see it in person. More images coming soon of it built up.
In our pricing break down we have design some fun icons to go along with the main packages that we provide.
For the next couple of months I’ll be producing many various types of iterations of frame concepts to design for 2013. Most of the inspirations are variations of soft-rides and old school funny frameset. Enjoy the progression, I’ll be taking a favorite out of the pile each week to present to you folks out there.
After the holidays, hopefully you get a chance to check out this awesome vinyl done by the Icecream Shop (ube urban in particular). Worth seeing in person if you have the opportunity @ Kid Robot SF.