“Priti Baiks”, photos by José Castrellón. Kinda like a sequel to these.
You can’t beat a custom bicycle. Could be an idea to initiate contact between the two photographers and create a joint exhibition? Or show the images to both groups of guys could in turn create a hybrid custom tiny cycle with scraper wheels and gas powered air horns, best of both worlds.
haha both are great ideas!
@ C.Hankes,Hello! What other Photographer? a joint exhibtion will be great!
do you know other photographer that works with Pimped Baiks!?
hello Jose, they were referring to Matthew Reamer! who we posted about earlier!
Reminds me of mods and their scooters (disclaimer: I do the same thing to my Stella). Seriously, though, commodity fetishism to the max.
Feet first, visceral cyclic motions thereafter.
These are really good!
Alright ! Man! Cool!
i got it, i just contacted him , it would be sick to do a joint exhibition in California
YES PLEASE DO THIS!!!!! brilliant idea!
This is super. Kids in Hong Kong do something similar as well, except instead of air horns on their bikes, they have an ipod dock with varying sizes of speakers.
some nice china bikers
nothing like a nice mod for your daily use vehicle great pics jose Manuel! im proud of you my friend! represent! :)
Another batch of intricately crafted paper sculptures by artist Matt Shlian. Click here for previous posts. See more of Shlian’s work below or in his solo show, “Telemetry,” on display at Florida Gulf Coast University until March 2nd.
A selection of digital work by illustrator Max Guther based in Mainz, Germany. See more images below.
An illustrator on b3ta messageboard has created a Mr. President book, made in the vein of the Mr. Men and Little Miss children’s book series by Roger Hargreaves. Check out the full story below!
A selection of recent murals by artist Felipe Pantone (previously featured here). See more images below!
A selection of photos taken in Peru, Bolivia and Argentina by Belgium-based photographer Kevin Faingnaert (previously featured here). See more images below.