On September 5, 2014, Worth's Motorcycle N1, aka Time Lapse, will be on display at the Carnegie Museum of Art. New works from Sebastian Errazuriz, the artist who designed the NYC Nortonengineered Seely Commado, will be featured at his solo exhibit. None of this would've been possible without both Kenny Cummings and Sebastian, two of the most inspired guys I've ever been fortunate enough to work with. Thank you.
Every image unseen. Until now.
Award-winning photographer Barry Feinstein is remembered for his compelling images of the entertainment industry’s greatest stars. As Dave Brolan writes in his introduction to this stunning volume, Barry was a ‘brilliant documentary photographer with the eye of a fine artist. He would work almost unnoticed and be at the centre of the action for the vital moment.’
Jeffrey Schad is a professional photographer who takes beautifully quiet and uncluttered pictures. He also builds rad bikes (see here and here). Super-custom, hand-built bikes where outcomes are more dependent upon a trued lathe than the efficiency with which some sophisticated CAD program is able to change the originally defined direction of polyline vertices. I know the bikes are amazing, not because they've been featured in an Olivier Mosset exhibit, but because I'm not into customs, and I'm genuinely into these (note: to definitively assess an individual's degree of radness, instruct individual with unknown rad quotient to build a chopper for someone who isn't typically moved by choppers. If what you've built makes that person cry, you're rad, off-the-chains rad).