Norton Commando Final.
Boy it takes a long time to draw motorcycles.
see full size here
about 1 year ago
This is nuts. I need every last drop of my attention span just to *look* at all the details. Great work.
@ Monsieur Didi
All vector in Illustrator-
see the project here
I love this one and the others you did! When can I buy the posters?
@asa the corvette and the triumph are printed.
I still have to sign them.
This one and the Indian will be ready in 2 weeks.
Very killer. What year?
@Patrick Carter The year this bike was made we were driving our chevys to the levee and listening to Crocodile rock.
1971 Jimmi Hendrix was dead.
Awesome, my dad has a 68. It's in mint condition but unfortunately it doesn't run. Been sitting under blankets for years.
Super cool work David. Like always.
Pretty amazing. Congrats!
by David Cran
A cafe racer (/ˈkæff reɪsər/kaff racer) or (Ca-phay racer), is a term used for a type of motorcycle, as well as the motorcyclists who ride them. Both meanings have their roots in the 1960s British rocker or ton-up boy subculture, although the type of motorcycles were also common in Italy, France and other European countries. The term, which originally arose as an insult from motorcycle enthusiasts towards riders who they thought were playing at being a road racer but merely parked outside cafes, refers to a style of motorcycles that were and are used for fast rides from one transport cafe or coffee bar to another.
about 1 year ago
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