Posts Tagged ‘apocalyptic’

TBT: Coyote Velten Shoot

Some throwback thursday action… Before the motolady website, I spent most of my days working on photoshoots doing makeup, styling, and art direction. This is one of my favorite photoshoots, starring my first motorcycle… a 1980 Yamaha XJ Maxim 650. Heavily inspired by Mad Max, I outfitted model Skye Velten in armor, furs, and faux-leather.  With my Honda Civic chase car behind me, piloted by photographer Ben Reed, I rode about 100 miles out into the hills of Eastern Oregon so we could really set the post apocalyptic mood.   Belts, lots… Continue Reading »

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Never thought I’d be posting a Dragon Ball Z photo… but the character Bulma (or so google reverse image search told me) looks pretty Tank Girl / Road Warrior here and I can’t help but dig that.

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Never thought I’d be posting a Dragon Ball Z photo… but the character Bulma (or so google reverse image search told me) looks pretty Tank Girl / Road Warrior here and I can’t help but dig that.

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The MotoLady Gas Mask Bandana now available for purchase through google checkout! I’ll have a very short run of these at the party tomorrow night. If you’re in the Pacific Northwest, don’t miss it! Buy the Gas Mask Bandana » Visit the End of the World Ride & Last Party on Earth FB event page »

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The MotoLady Gas Mask Bandana now available for purchase through google checkout! I’ll have a very short run of these at the party tomorrow night. If you’re in the Pacific Northwest, don’t miss it! Buy the Gas Mask Bandana » Visit the End of the World Ride & Last Party on Earth FB event page »

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Post-apocalyptic / futuristic digital motorcycle illustration, “Best Taxi” by Calum Alexander Watt.

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Post-apocalyptic / futuristic digital motorcycle illustration, “Best Taxi” by Calum Alexander Watt.

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Alpinestars Mad Max style… at their US headquarters. 

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Designing the Apocalypse/MotoLady Chrome Bag

So, if you don’t know about Chrome Bags… you should. In fact, I’m sorry you’ve been missing out. They’re bags made for USING- to the fullest extent of the word. Waterproof, durable, made in America, and guaranteed for life. My first Chrome Bag experiences were back when I, and all my friends, were riding about on two wheels (sans motor). In Portland where it rains, and rains, and rains… a good bag is paramount.  Same goes for motorcyclists.  That being said, I’ve been bestowed with a great opportunity… Chrome is making a one-of-a-kind bag… Continue Reading »

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Creepy yet awesome Mad Max-esque motolady doll thing.

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