Grafik author Max Leonard takes an in-depth look at bicycle logo design from the ages. Included in the mix are both the original Cinelli logo and Benny Gold‘s version for Mash, two of my favorites. See the full article at Grafik.
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…
Pocket tees are metal. The Sigil of the Necronomicog is most definitely metal. These American Apparel pocket tees were printed up here in Austin by the super metal folks at Industry Printshop.
Scoop up one right now in the PiNP Web Shop.
Mel from Luv Sik Grafix has done a stellar job with these die-cut vinyl decals. So I’ve re-upped yet another run aaaaand they’ve sold out. Sorry guys!
So I’m heading out for the airport in a few minutes, en route to Jakarta for Fixed Fest! Unless I have wifi on the plane, this will be the last post until I’ve landed, so why not stroll through the Photosets or better yet, ride your bike.
I made this modified Flag Hatchet of the Indonesian flag and I’ll have a few prizes to give out, but most importantly, I can’t wait to ride with everyone and experience the Indonesian culture!
See you on the other side.
Raidô means ride or journey in Elder Futhark and now you can embark on one yourself with the new Raidô Viking stickers. Silk screened on high-quality, clear vinyl. These will last for many miles. Pick up (5) for $5 shipped in the States and $6 shipped worldwide now at the PiNP Web Shop.
The Raidô viking is taking over and these new decals from Luv Sik Grafix are sinister enough to stick anywhere, including under your chevrons.
I got these printed up for #RideNStyle weekend by Luv Sik Graphix but I wanna give you guys a chance at picking some up.
Yes, I received everyone’s Paypal and accounted for the stock. You’ll get yours!
I’ve been wanting to do a Hold Fast signature strap for some time now but have always felt there was no need to rush things. Finally, inspiration came to me while I was cooling off from a climb in the hill country here. The trees are shade and in the Texas summer, they are a crucial part of riding. Whether it’s a roll to a swimming hole, a road ride or FGFS, you actively seek the shade to cool off. This is Raidô, or the ride and journey. The dendritic veins extend to the sky finally, I had my inspiration.
For 4.20, I’m offering a Raidô Viking shirt and a pair of Hold Fast FRS straps. For the first time, Hold Fasts will come with a stash pocket and rolling papers. We chose a grey velcro and purple lining in the pocket.
EDIT: IF YOU’RE HAVING PROBLEMS ORDERING A SHIRT CLICK HERE TO DO SO.
I’m so stoked on the new Viking vector logo done by Paul DeVay of Angry Icons (shown in a clipping mask above). Its simplicity is a new direction for the site and it’ll be popping up quite frequently in new products. This past week, I’ve been working on so many collaborations that my head is spinning and the only way I can keep it straight is by riding. Here in Austin, the trees have been barren for so long that it’s taken all winter for new growth to sprout. The live oaks and mesquite trees are like dripping veins from the sky and when you’re in Texas, the summer heat shows no mercy, sending you to their shade. I spend a lot of time cooling down while riding and when you look up, you’re greeted with chaotic beauty. The ride and journey continues…