Plain City Poster by Rustle of Silk

Motorcycle Racing Poster

Rustle of Silk is a boutique French company that still uses original silkscreening techniques to produce posters from the 1970s and before. Each poster is printed by hand on 50cm x 70cm, 300 gram vanilla paper using a 5 colour screen printing procedure. Just 40 examples of this design will be produced, and each will…

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1952 Ferrari F2 Oil Tank

Ferrari F2 Oil Tank

This Ferrari oil tank was originally fitted to the yellow Ecurie Francorchamps Number 0208 car campaigned by Jacques Swaters and Charles de Tornaco during the 1952 and 1953 seasons – the car won the Avus F2 Grand Prix driven by Swaters in 1953. The tank is made from four sheets of riveted aluminium that have…

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The Photorealistic Art of Luis Perez

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Luis Perez is a Spanish artist who specialises in capturing light and reflections, he’s also a committed car guy and as a result, many of his works contain automobiles and street scenes from around the world. Luis’ most recent exhibition is called City Lights, and it contains paintings captured in his travels to London, New…

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Ducati Dustbin Special

Ducati 175cc 'Dustbin' Special

This Ducati Dustbin Special was built by world-renowned metal fabricator Evan Wilcox, a man with a minimum 12 month waiting list on new parts who has fabricated just about every body part you can imagine for motorcycles from Nortons and Vincents to Ducatis and Moto Morinis. When it came time for Evan to build a…

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The Originals by Petrolified

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The Originals is a series of prints by Petrolified that show many of the most iconic automobiles built in the mid-to-latter part of the 20th century. The clean minimalist styling of the artwork will compliment almost any home (or garage or man-shed), and each poster has the model designation of the car printed centre-bottom. Each…

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Full Faces Are Sexy

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Full Faces Are Sexy is a new apparel company with the goal of making full face helmets (and other ATGATT gear) sexier. The first run of t-shirts is online and ready for sale now, currently they all feature women but I’m sure there’ll be a man or two in the second run to keep the…

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Jim Clark’s Lotus 49: Screen Print Poster

Jim Clark

Jim Clark is remembered as one of the greatest racing drivers of all time. The Scotsman managed 33 pole positions and 25 race victories from his 72 Grands Prix, he also took a Lotus-Cortina to victory in the 1964 British Touring Car Championship, he won the Indianapolis 500 in 1965, and he won the Formula…

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Porsche 356 by Claudia Liebenberg

Porsche Engine Art

Claudia Liebenberg is a talented South African painter whose work we’ve featured before, she specialises in the use of watercolours because it means she has small and highly portable painting supplies that she can carry anywhere. This series of two paintings was commissioned for a new coffeeshop that’s opening in Scottsdale in Arizona, the cafe…

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Datsun 510 Print

Datsun 510 Poster

The Datsun 510 is known as the Datsun 1600 in much of the world outside of the United States and Canada, it’s a car that saw significant racing and sales successes in all of the markets where it was offered for sale – and it helped put Datsun on the map for a new generation…

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Piston Table

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The idea of using engines as the basis for furniture has probably existed since the first engine threw a rod and made itself an expensive and rather heavy paperweight. This coffee table by Fuzion LLC is an excellent example of what can be achieved with engine parts that are no longer required, a hefty dose of skill…

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Hobo Nickel Ring

Hobo Nickel Ring

The Hobo Nickel is the American version of an art form that began to appear in the mid-1700s as sailors, travellers and railwaymen whiled away the hours by carving their coins into miniature works of art. This series of rings by Silver Piston feature a hand-carved Dias de los Muertos Indian head in the style…

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Mechanic Renaissance Series by Freddy Fabris

Renaissance Mechanic Art

This fantastic series of images were created by veteran photographer Freddy Fabris. He wanted to capture the spirit of iconic Renaissance works and after coming across a garage in the American Midwest he was struck with an idea, and this series of photographs is the result. In the below two paragraphs, Freddy talks about the…

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