Photo still from the 1989 movie ‘Chopper Chicks in Zombie Town’ featuring the famous Billy Bob Thornton. Yeah, I’m going to need to watch this movie.
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Working with the infinitely talented Gregor Halenda was an absolute treat- and before all the photos come out for the joint gear review project with Silodrome, I wanted to share this shot from lighting tests that we were particularly fond of. While you might not recognize his name, you’ve seen his work. In the Ducati model catalogue, Rev’It’s campaign with Ducati, and so much more. Your eyes will thank you for hopping over to his website for a look-see- gregorhalenda.com. Huge thanks to Gregor for making this work on a tight schedule… Continue Reading »
Happy 80th birthday to Willie Nelson! One of my favorite artists and people. Celebrate his birthday by checking out some of my favorite Willie Nelson tracks on youtube: Mama’s Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys (live, album ver w/Waylon) On the Road Again (live, album ver) You Don’t Know Me (music video) The Harder They Come (music video) Slow Down Old World (album ver) The Highwayman by the Highwaymen (live, album ver)
Hunter S. Thompson at his ranch on his Penton motorcycle circa 1976. Did you know Hunter actually had his ashes packed in shells and blown into the sky from 150 feet up at his funeral? Fun fact of the day. [ more tagged Hunter S. Thompson ]
Ladies (and gay men) rejoice! Ryan Gosling is coming out with a new movie March 29th called The Place Beyond the Pines. Apparently he does all his own stunts, which include riding the piss out of a motorcycle. From the trailer, it’s looking like this film could turn out to be pretty impressive (and I’m very unimpressed by movies these days). Regardless of Gosling- this is a crime drama with a bunch of motorcycles and a seemingly good storyline. I’m stoked. The Place Beyond the Pines trailer on youtube »
Megan Fox takes Shia Labeouf for a ride on an Aprilia motorcycle in Transformers. Too bad Megan can’t ride. I do love that women on motorcycles is becoming more popular in movies and mainstream media, though. Yee-haw!