Visually tasty morsels delivered fresh everyday. On today’s menu: the pocket watch re-imagined, a Maserati once owned by Carroll Shelby, and some biker heaven in Japan.

 
Pocket Watch by People People
1957 Maserati 200Si Coachwork by Fantuzzi :: Kidston
Deadheat - Motorcycle :: 46 Mile Speed
 

 

Deadheat – Motorcycle :: 46 Mile Speed


Deadheat - Motorcycle :: 46 Mile Speed
Deadheat - Motorcycle :: 46 Mile Speed
Deadheat - Motorcycle :: 46 Mile Speed

 

1957 Maserati 200Si Coachwork by Fantuzzi :: Kidston

1957 Maserati 200Si Coachwork by Fantuzzi :: Kidston
1957 Maserati 200Si Coachwork by Fantuzzi :: Kidston
1957 Maserati 200Si Coachwork by Fantuzzi :: Kidston
1957 Maserati 200Si Coachwork by Fantuzzi :: Kidston
1957 Maserati 200Si Coachwork by Fantuzzi :: Kidston
1957 Maserati 200Si Coachwork by Fantuzzi :: Kidston
1957 Maserati 200Si Coachwork by Fantuzzi :: Kidston

Built on 31st March 1957 and sold new to well-known driver and Maserati agent Franco Cornacchia in Milan, chassis ‘2422’ was fielded in Italian national events before being acquired from Cornacchia by Carroll Shelby Sports Cars early in 1959 and exported to the USA.

 

Village Customs Plymouth Rat by Joshua Joyce Shot for Canibeat.com :: via Por El Piano

 

Pocket Watch by People People :: via Inspirez

Pocket Watch by People People
Pocket Watch by People People
Pocket Watch by People People

This stunning Pocket Watch designed by People People is grabbing the attention of many with its super minimal approach. The designers behind the watch made a deliberate choice to develop a pocket watch rather than a wristwatch, the preferred modern approach of keeping time. They aimed to cite the evolution of the timepiece to primarily a personality statement worn less and less for practicality.

 

Old School Engineering 2013 by AL Films : via Inazuma Cafe

 

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Amen.

 
 

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