Sunday, October 24, 2010

Saturday, October 23, 2010

King in Shooting



KK & Hasan Huseyin@ 2010 Antalya TR

Sick Fashion

Odö Kustom Art


Nicolas Le Borgne, also known as “Odö”, Click here to check out Odö’s blog.

Dolly Dangerous



Dangerously Dolly is an internationally published portrait photographer that currently resides in Atlanta, GA. dangerouslydolly.com to view more of her work.

With years of experience in creative retouching, digital arts, art direction, and photography, at age twenty-three she is focusing on spending most of her creative energy towards her clients and her personal projects.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Muerte

by DarkGoth

Motto of the Night

www.saltwatertattoo.com

Reddneck

Electric 3-Wheeler



New York artist Josh Hadar has built a solar electric three-wheeler. It is a 8.4 feet long three-wheeler, and can reach an impressive 45 mph. A 750-watt array of six roof-mounted solar panels powers the Mars Electric Motor that produces 4.8 kilowatts (6.4 horsepower) continuous and 15 kilowatts peak. The E-Trike counts on four 12-volt lead-acid batteries for an extraordinary range of up to 30 miles.

Umbrella

Check Comments for the details of this item... Thanx Petrovich.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Jesse James closing West Coast Choppers

From a very reliable source (Cyril Huze Blog) got confirmation that Jesse James is closing for good West Coast Choppers.

Officially announced that all Jesse James motorcycle frames and parts will be now manufactured respectively by Daytec and Belt Drive LTD (BDL) and available to order through Custom Chrome.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

@ the Beach

Boot & Bike

Race Madness

One of the greatest rivalries in all of Drag Racing history has to be the classic Wildlife Racing matchup– Don “Snake” Prudhomme vs. Tom “Mongoose” McEwen. Any red-blooded boy born of that era remembers their famous Funny Cars decked-out in bright Hot Wheels badges screaming down the 1/4 mile in a furious blur that lasted all of 5 sweet seconds. The two faced-off in match races that raged over a period of about 3 years. Don Prudhomme, being the stronger competitor, usually came out on top. Their epic West Coast battles, fueled by huge sponsorship deals (Mattel, Coca-Cola, Plymouth, and Goodyear) were a major draw, and their loyal fans never tired of seeing them go head to head. By Selvedge Yard

Saturday, October 16, 2010