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Comprising two talented CG artists / retouchers (Matt and Pete), Additive is a post-production studio based in London.
During the weekend of April 20th, Revival Cycles of Austin, Texas partnered with See See Motorcycles of Portland, Oregon to put on “The One Motorcycle Show” in Austin during its first MotoGP ever at the Circuit of Americas.
Displays from Shinya Kimura of Chabott Engineering, Roland Sands, Revival, See See and many others were well received and truly something special to have all in one room. There was even a HUGE exhibit of Evil Kneivel bikes, leathers, helmets, a rocket and so much more.
Designer and founder Anton Willis grew up in rural Mendocino County, with easy access to rivers, lakes, and the ocean. In 2008, a move into a small San Francisco apartment forced his fiberglass kayak into storage. Inspired by an article on new advances in the art and science of origami, he sketched a few ideas for a folding kayak. Sketches turned into countless paper models, and over 20 full-scale prototypes. After user-testing on dozens of bays, lakes, rivers and oceans, Oru Kayaks are ready to explore the world.
How do you get one of these?
They’re customized to whatever you want. I am just documenting whatever form of “go” people use to get out there! motorcycles, bicycles, cars, trucks, boats… whatever you use to get out in the world I’ll immortalize for you through drawing. You send me a pic of your beloved steed and I send you:
• a 22×26” illustrated print
• the original hand drawing
• a digital file to use however you’d like
For that service, the printing, and the shipping I’m asking for a $250.00 donation to my trip fund… leaving in August on my bike for 10months, zig-zagging around North, Central, and South America with a buddy.
BMW Type 255 Kompressor ‘Sorch’ Georg Meier :: ZanZaracers
Milwaukee’s Rockerbox was forged a decade ago for one simple reason: to come together and marvel in all things motorcycle. We may be the home of the HOG, but this one-day festival is open to all. From choppers to racers, scooters to sidecars, Rockerbox continues to attract bikes of all breeds to Riverwest. And with FUEL Cafe coincidentally approaching its 20th year of reigning as the neighborhood staple, there’s never been a better summer to celebrate.
– walt siegl