I absolutely love Chris McNally‘s work. His watercolor illustrations really capture the spirit of getting out and riding your bike. Ok, ok, whatever, but he’s damn good at what he does! Check out his latest “creation”… Thanks for the heads up Pearl Velo!
Sure, most of us can fix our own flats (at least I hope so!) but for those who can’t Fixpert Comics put together this informative how-to guide, complete with illustrations. Check out the preview pages here.
One of Woof‘s classic designs got a little remix recently. I’ve always loved this piece!
Everyone’s NYC tale is worth sharing in my opinion and some take the extra effort to illustrate their journey. Take Sally Carson for example. The debut issue of The Skids is Sally’s auto-biographical tale about her days as a New York City bicycle messenger in the days after 9/11.
Check it out here.
Nice find Tracko!
With the Tour right around the corner, the cycling posters come out of the woodwork. I’ve seen a lot of work over the years but Bruce Doscher’s are very unique. See his work from last year’s Tour at his portfolio site.
100 Copies’ newest work, entitled Together We Ride is now available for online purchase. As with all 100 Copies work, each run is limited to 100 prints and each will be watermarked, labeled with the title and edition number.
To celebrate Muhammad’s birthday, Gibranos made this illustration for his site, Woof Jakarta.
I don’t usually double dip on a post’s subject, but these two dudes are legit. Devon Tsuno and Ace for CBNC and the Unknown raffle that’s going down tonight in LA.
Photo by Ace Carretero
Another artist that’s been working with Unknown and CBNC on their raffle bikes is David Flores. Ace from The Sleepers went over to David’s studio while he was working on masking out the frameset and his photos are very nice. Worth the click-through even… If you’re in LA this evening, roll through the raffle event tonight!
I always love Woof’s artwork. Here’s his newest piece, entitled “Get a Grip“.