Culver Center Of The Arts in Riverside is also having a exhibition called Re:Cycle. This is a pretty awesome display if you are remotely interested in bikes do yourself a favor and check it out. Oct 07 – Dec 31. If your into bikes you will totally love it, I myself thought it was great!
I capped a few pics but this is one of those shows you must see in person.
The spoke cards on display are awesome!
Got this on tues and barely scratched the surface. I will try and get sometime in between everything else and get a review going on it soon.
I posted the poster for this show at the RAM a few weeks ago. Last week I was able to check it out for myself. This show is what has been considered low brow artwork, but it’s quickly becoming hi class cool… Many of the artist included are quite huge in the art / pop culture world in my eyes. So I was pretty sure this was gonna have some really great work.
Big ass Coop piece
More Coop and for some odd reason these 3 canvases blew my mind. Totally changed my thoughts on painting, not sure why this happened. I have been following his work since the early 90’s. And even ran into him at Comic Con many years ago. I remember he saw me and I was wearing one of his shirts. He looked at me then his shirt, shook his head and kept walking.
Hussar is just a beast in my eyes, I really love his work.
Really!!! Just look at this…
One of Ausgang’s pieces up in the show.
Some more English for ya.
Robert Williams is so sick, love his work and his rides.
Spain is super sick with the ink, that’s all I gotta say.
This was just a glimpse of what you can see at this exhibit which runs till Jan 8th 2011.
Great DSTROYR.com sticker placement on the helmet.
Let’s start this post with the colabo sticker between Jersery Streets and DSTROYR. I was lucky that Brian saved me 1. It was pretty hard to get but I did see it on many of the comp cars. Thanks Brian!!!
Another sticker you may say, but this one is different. I did this illustration and the design for my homie Jarod De Anda (the voice of FD). We crossed paths very briefly and he passed along this jem. I’m pretty stoked on it, and something new for me I actually put my name on this. Usually I don’t put my name on the designs, but always time to do something different. Thanks Jarod
Brian keep the growth going!!!
4RP you wait and see!
Joey looking like he’s down for anything.
Josh (Hobo) Herron showing his latest DSTROYR fashion.
Jake what can I say he is truly a stand out amongst the tattoo dirt bags that seem to attend events. Hey don’t anyone get offended by the dirt bag comment, I’m one of those tattoo dirties.
We support ODI and so should you!
I was over at Kyle Mohan’s pit and I spotted this modded out custom top using the design I did with KMR. Check this out, pretty nice IMO.
These guys are super awesome, that’s all I got to say! Capt Random What up!!!
Laruen’s cigarette box, the DSTROYR version.
Here is Lauren with her cigarette box, DSTROYR version.
Keep watching the OG horror movies, they are still way better than the reboots.
My favorite Arch Enemy in the world.
The winner of the Edrift.com contest on the left, George of Everythingdrift.com on the right. Thanks again!!!
I was able to catch the last 4 battles of the night.
Congrats to Tanner, Vaughn, and Takatori for putting on a really great show. The 2010 champ is non other than Vaughn Gittin Jr. congrats man on a awesome season. And also congrats on the engagement!!!
That was my recap of the finals at The House of Drift, I still have to assemble some sketchy video I capped from my iphone. That was a great season and I can’t wait till 2011!!! And to everyone who supported DSTROYR I want to thank you again.
Been super busy and actually kinda behind on posting from last week and the weekend. So should be getting those prepped and ready to blasted tonight. For those of you who made it out to Formula Drift this past weekend and stopped by the booth we shared with the Motormavens crew thanks for the support! And congrats to Vaughn Gittin Jr for the 2010 FD Championship. The final four battles were super exciting to witness.
So stay tuned and thanks for checking in here.
A selection of pedal cars from the David Whitmire Hearst Jr. Foundation
Oct 7th – Dec 31
This is perfect motivation since I’m just about to start working on a vintage pedal car for my son. Granted he is still a few months away from getting here, I have our first project together already picked out.
The Culver Center is so nice, the screening room has some really interesting films on the program. I’m gonna try and catch a few films for sure. Check this link for the schedule.