Things That Can Kill You – Death Spray Custom


Things That Can Kill You is a short film about British artist Death Spray Custom, if you’ve spent any time around custom motorcycles, cars, and gear over the past 10 years you’ll have seen the work of DSC – although you may not have known it at the time. At just 3:25 long, this short…

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Cure Collection x Silodrome BMW E30 M3 Tee


The BMW E30 M3 is the most successful racing car of all time, having won more major races than any other car by a significant margin. As the original M3, the car was (and still is) a perfect storm of chassis and engine design – and their values have shot up in recent years as…

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2017 Bike EXIF Calendar


Each year at about this time the iconic motorcycle site Bike EXIF releases their annual calendar. This is a calendar you’ll see on the walls of some of the greatest custom motorcycle garages in the world, as well as the shed walls of regular folks from Illinois to Invercargill. The 2017 calendar measures in at…

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l’Usinarium Celsius Lamp


l’Usinarium is a French creative studio that recycles antique furniture, lighting, and electrical equipment into modern homewares that retain their original patina and style. The Celsius Lamp is one of their newest creations, it’s made from a vintage Swedish oil lamp using full brass construction and is fitted with an Edison bulb, and a cord…

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Three Wise Monkeys Radiator Mascot


In the 1920s and 30s it was common for people to personalise their cars with custom radiator caps – the radiators were commonly exposed out on the front of the car and so the mascot would be out in front for all to see, not unlike the nautical figureheads used on sailing ships. This three wise monkeys…

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Original Ferrari Servizio Esperienze Enamel Sign

Ferrari Servizio Esperienze Enamel Sign

This is an original 1950s “Ferrari Servizio Esperienze” enamel sign, it would have been located outside a garage with experience or special training to work on the iconic cars from Modena. Ferrari only produced their first road car in 1947 so when this sign was produced in the 1950s it would have been an unusual…

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BMW E30 Wood Print by Always Garagista

BMW E30 Wood Print by Always Garagista

The BMW E30 M3 is a car so iconic we still use it as a point of reference when looking at modern BMWs, it’s still the most successful racing car of all time – with more major race victories than anything else on four wheels. This unusual print by Always Garagista uses birch plywood as…

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Ferrari 250 GTO by Unique & Limited

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Unique & Limited is a company that chooses exceptional moments from racing history, and painstakingly recreates them. These images are all from their series on the iconic Ferrari 250 GTO – a successful racer from the early 1960s that’s now the most expensive car in history, selling for $38,115,000 USD in a private transaction. The…

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Original “Alcohol Is Poison” Prohibition Poster

Original %22Alcohol Is Poison%22 Prohibition Poster

This original 1930s-era “Alcohol Is Poison” prohibition poster has been remarkably well preserved and is now framed under UV plexiglass for protection. Including its black wooden frame it measures in at 28.5″ high by 20.5″ wide, and it comes with a discreet wire fitted on the back for hanging. Prohibition was a nationwide ban on…

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The Helmet Art Of Hello Cousteau

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This collection of helmet art is the work of Nuno Henriques and his boutique brand Hello Cousteau. Nuno is an accomplished interior designer and avid motorcyclist who discovered that he couldn’t find a helmet design that he really liked – everything was either way too modern and garish, or too retro. Nuno began applying his own…

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Jakob Kähler’s Double Exposures

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Jakob Kähler is a photograper who specialises in a now all but unknown format – double exposed film. He uses traditional film cameras to capture an initial image of a subject, then rewinds the film one frame while keeping the previous shot in mind, he then lines up a second shot to layer over the first. Kähler tends…

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