Category Archives: Death Spray Custom
When Morvelo teams up with Death Spray Custom, you know it’s gonna be good. Here’s the latest from the two UK-based brands, a cycling kit inspired from a recent motorcycle suit David designed for Blood Brothers last year…
If you’re into this design (I sure am) head over to Morvelo to swoop because it’s not going to stick around for long!
David from Death Spray Custom is an auteur in the painter’s world. Check out this short video showcasing his talents and particularities when it comes to his motivators.
These have been really great and David at Death Spray Custom saved the best for last. Wrath was posted and sold immediately but you can still check out all seven of the Deadly Sins, rendered on Columbus forks at Death Spray Custom.
Sloth is simple and it can’t be bothered. Death Spray’s latest Deadly Sin Collection fork is now in stock…
For Death Spray Custom’s latest Deadly Sin Collection fork, Pride was the inspiration and the symbolism of vanity takes form in a large flake paint. Or as DSC puts it :shattered mirrors of a thousand narcissists on black with hater silver.”
One of one. Available now at Death Spray Custom.
Continuing with the creativity, David at Death Spray Custom just released the third installment of the Deadly Sin Fork Collection with Gluttony. All you cupcake and donut fans will love this one. Man, these are looking so good. Check out more at Death Spray Custom.
Death Spray Custom’s “Deadly Sin” fork collection continues with envy, a snakeskin pattern rendered in neon hulk, poisonous metallic snake green and glock metal black. If you’ve ever wanted one of these pieces of art, now’s your chance. Head over to Death Spray Custom for ordering.
David at Death Spray Custom is releasing seven forks in the Deadly Sin Collection. Each fork is custom painted by hand and is inspired from one of the seven sins, beginning with green. This Columbus fork is painted with gold Hatton Wall diamond metal flake with platinum and features “coke white” detailing. Order now at DSC’s Web Shop.
Photos by Matt Miller
Morgan Bateman got in touch with Stinner Frameworks last year wanting to build one of those “lifetime bikes.” Stainless steel was a must and Columbus XCR as the tubeset of choice. Easy right? Wrong. Getting an XCR tubeset is quite difficult, so they knew there would be a wait. In that time however, it opened up options to do something a little more creative.
Man oh man, David at Death Spray Custom just posted his latest Fork You at the DSC Tumblr and I couldn’t help myself… Whose fork is this?!