Tatiana Blass – Death Globe

Tatiana Blass is a Sao Paolo based artist who attained an undergraduate degree in Art from Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), she has been pursuing a career as professional artist working with painting, sculpture, video and installation.

In her amazing installation entitled “Death Globe” a motorcycle was cut in two parts. One part is placed on the wall, and the other on the floor with brass tubes that interconnect the separate pieces. The tubes materialize an invisible movement, hidden by speed.

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Carter Asmann – Coffee Stain Motorcycles

Artist and photography Carter Asmann creates brilliant illustrations of drawings that are inspired 2 coffee stains. Asmann uses our favourite warm beverage as a foundation to create realistic pencil illustrations of vintage cafe racers.

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Motorcycle Monday – The Spare Parts Company

This Motorcycle Monday we’re going to switch it up a bit and throw in a video instead of just a bike that tickles our fancy. Meet Roland Sotello, owner of the storied Spare Parts Company motorcycle shop in Old City Philadelphia. Roland reflects on coming to Spare Parts as a recent college graduate to ultimately owning the shop. Brought to us by Cinema Mercantile.

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Walt Siegl – Riviera Ducati SS 2011

This Riviera Ducati SS 2011 Commissioned by a private collector in 2011 to high end motorcycle creator Walt Siegl. In his own words: “Before I started this bike I looked at a lot of NCR racebikes from the 70′s. Their simplicity and rawness really impress me. I had the problem of having to build a street bike for this customer, so I had to comb the bike a bit in order to adapt it to its intended use.”

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Motorcycle Monday – Triumph Bonneville “The Great Escape”

“Based on the classic T100 and inspired by the Trophy TR6 McQueen rode during the stunt scene from The Great Escape, the Triumph Bonneville T100 Steve McQueen Edition Motorcycle ($TBA) will be limited to just 1,100 bikes, and features a Matt Khaki Green paint job, the late actor’s signature on the side covers, a solo seat, blacked out headlamp, luggage rack, wheel rims, hubs, handlebars, rear springs, mirrors, and mudguard supports, and arrived individually numbered, with a plaque on the handlebar clamp and a certificate of authenticity.” – Uncrate

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Motorcycle Monday – Mikhail Smolyanov Concepts

“Motorcycle concepts are a dime a dozen. But these renderings, from Moscow designer Mikhail Smolyanov, show an extraordinary level of style and imagination. The “GL1-m” above was commissioned by an established Russian vehicle fabricator called Alexander Bushuev, who plans to turn the machine into metal. There’s very little information on the fluoro green C-Org Trike below, but the steampunk-style design (bottom) was apparently inspired by 1920s racing cars fitted with aircraft engines.” – BikeExif

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