I don’t usually double dip on a post’s subject, but these two dudes are legit. Devon Tsuno and Ace for CBNC and the Unknown raffle that’s going down tonight in LA.
Photo by Ace Carretero
Another artist that’s been working with Unknown and CBNC on their raffle bikes is David Flores. Ace from The Sleepers went over to David’s studio while he was working on masking out the frameset and his photos are very nice. Worth the click-through even… If you’re in LA this evening, roll through the raffle event tonight!
I always love Woof’s artwork. Here’s his newest piece, entitled “Get a Grip“.
Each year, tour designs come and go but I can say with certainty that this piece by Dave Foster is one of the best I’ve ever seen. Pick up this design on a number of different products here.
As an architect, I can really enjoy looking through photos of the new Kinoko Cycles space. I’ve always wanted to design a complete bike shop, from the floorboards to the millwork and it looks like the designer went to town on the buildout. As part of any successful project, photos are of the utmost importance and the shots on the Kinoko Flickr look great. One day I’d love to check out the space in person!
I may not be a BMX lifer but the Dig BMX Logo has always been visually engaging to me. Growing up in the metal, punk and hardcore scenes, I always found it relevant. Four fists and a chainring (sorry, sprocket), how simple. But what’s the meaning behind it?
Head over to Defgrip to see what Dig’s editor-in-chief, Will Smyth has to say…
If you’re in Chicago this weekend and you’re looking for something to do. You might wanna check this out. Toronto-based photographer Todd Mclelland has a knack for disassembling everyday items and cataloging them through his lens. Right now, he has an exhibition up at the Museum of Science and Industry until May 19th.
The Museum of Science and Industry
5700 S. Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60637
Hey, it’s been a while and when I come across something like this, I have to share it. Richard Pool designs and prints these portrait infographics of famous cyclists and the Eddy Merckx designs are so good.
See more Merckx Mondays below!
Tonight at the Rapha Cycle Club SF, Steven Nereo, aka the Single Ape is having an art opening and party. Don’t miss this show. There will be great artwork, great people and some great products for sale, including Paper Friends Purist bottles and Ramblin Rolls!
Paper Friends at the Rapha Cycle Club SF
Saturday February 16th, 7pm
2198 Filbert St
Thanks for the heads up Tracko!