15 Nov 2012

WrenchMonkees - Barn Fresh collaboration

Barn Fresh and the WrenchMonkees teamed up for a nice project.
It was a big honour to work with the WrenchMonkees.
They rock and are a great inspiration for this scene so I'm proud to work with these custom icons, even if they don't know how to spell my name :)

The name of this project is Grab Your Balls - The Artis Edition.
I designed 3 t-shirts for this project.

Some info from the WrenchMonkees:

"Grab Your Balls – The Artist Edition, is our first charity project, 
initiated with the intent to increase men´s awareness about male related cancer. Men are just 
as often affected by cancer as women. But unfortunately we tend to die much earlier and more often - because we don’t have the balls to take our health seriously. A group of like-minded artists from 
around the world have joined the brawl and crafted their interpretation of this harsh issue using irony, 
old clichés and morbid humor to support us increase the awareness on male cancer. 

Each T-shirt comes in limited 200 prints. 
Every sold T-shirt will enable a donation of 14 Euro going straight to research in male related cancer 
diseases, administered by The Danish Cancer Society. 
Grab Your Balls and join the Brawl 
This project was made possible with the great support from: Production: 
KANSAS and T-shirtTrykkeren"

Here's a link to the Monkee Web Store

Salt Shaker

Just finished these two side panels for the Super Salt Shaker.
On their way to the Eicma right now for 70th International Motorcycle Exhibition.
15th till 18th November in Milan.

This is the first time I painted with pinstripe paint. Not easy, I can tell you that but I like it for a first try :)
The Salt Shaker will be shown during the Eicma show at Officina Mermaid, the Italian distributor of the Super 120’s.

Monkee #55

The new WrenchMonkee is packed with cool details
Love the seat, very cool rear light mount, nice 19" front and 18" rear rim. perfect headlight.
The only thing I don't really like on this bike is the standard XJR1300 tank. I think it doesn't flow well with the rest of the bike but that's probably the only thing I would change.