Saturday, July 31, 2010

Working Mans Customs in The Horse BSC

Made a seat for Charlie "The Nomad" last year and he wasn't sure what bike he was going to rock the seat on. So it sat for some time.
Then about three days before this years Stampede i get a txt at like 1:00 am in the morning .
Say's "hey man i am rocking your seat on the Stampede" .
Yeah this means Charlie road some where over 3047 in under something like 52 hrs or something. On a hardtail cb750 that was rocking a Working Mans Customs seat.
Here's a few pics from The Horse Backstreet Chopper.
Thanks Charlie, And congrats on the win again this year!

Teacher Jon's Knife sheath

"The swastika was a widely used Native American symbol. It was used by many southwestern tribes, most notably the Navajo. Among different tribes the swastika carried various meanings. To the Hopi it represented the wandering Hopi clans; to the Navajo it represented a whirling log ( tsil no'oli' ), a sacred image representing a legend that was used in healing rituals."

"The history of the swastika goes back to the origins of the Eurasian Continent. The swastika is an important symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism, among others, and was also used in Native American and Jewish faiths prior to World War II. By the early twentieth century it was regarded worldwide as symbol of good luck and auspiciousness."

So "KNOWLEDGE" is King!!
I worked my ass of on this one! I had never done a Knife Sheath before so it took more time to think it out than it did to actually do the work. It came out pretty slick and you could probably use the sheath by itself to knock the crap out of someone.

Thursday, July 29, 2010


This is a continuation to the Rat Fink seat I did last year for Gil out in Barstow, Califas

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Kitty Korvette and The XS Frisco

Stumbled on this pic via Facebook. It's an awesome pic Miss Kitty Korvette on the XS Frisco from the calender shoot we did last year for Artstrada.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Jay's wallet

Just finished this wallet up for Jay over at Black out sign Co. Check him if you're ever in need of some kick ass signage!!!

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

A Kings Queen

This was a fun design to do. But my hand was killing me after cutting and tooling the design, OUCH!!
It was a gift from Jay( the King) to his wife Darcy( the Queen), Hope you dig it Darcy!!