Doing illustrations requires talent but it also demands practice. Funny Toonz has done a lot of training lately as you can see in the BMX illustrations you can see in this post. Can you recognise the riders? Some are easier than others. Some do a signature trick or have a certain style that you immediately match with a rider, others are harder to figure out. But here's a little competition for you. Find these riders in the Funny Toonz illustrations below:
Author and photography: Ricky Adam Book: 'Destroying Everything …Seems Like The Only Option’ 2nd Edition
Did you run out of books of the first issue since you're now releasing a second edition? Ricky Adam: The first edition sold out in under 3 months of being published. There was a 1000 printed. I was then approached by ‘Drago’ an art publisher from Italy to make a 2nd expanded edition
If you're looking for a class present for X-mas maybe you should look into this: Andy Jenkins * Bendpress are having a sale on all original artwork and prints and until January 1st, they'll ship it to your address for free.
The opening of the photo exhibition "Red Bull Through My Eyes" happened last friday at the "12 mail" gallery in Paris! There were some of the photos Matthias Dandois took during his trips, as well as a wallpaper full of his Instagram pics, and a bunch of rad photos that Hadrien Picard, Vincent Perraud and Dimitri Coste shoot of Matthias the past 5 years. Matthias Dandois: "This project was really important for me, since it's definitely something different than the stuff I usually do, and it also involved 3 of my great friends (the photographers).
Looking for the perfect christmas gift? Bob Haro's got some of his classic BMX artwork and riding images up for sale. These images are from his personal collection and are from the beginning of the sport and feature a few of the drawings he created for the pages of BMX Action Magazine and other publications from the 70's and 80's. Each museum-quality Giclee print is printed on 100% acid free, heavy stock
For a while we placed ads in BMX magazines on the regular. We've got a whole series of them which we'll be showing you again starting off with the party ads. We had to stop this theme because people were seen dancing with girls, drinking alcoholic beverages while the lady was sat at home on the couch being bored. A man's gotta do, what a man's gotta do. Making it in an ad had never been this easy. Just party and voila, you ended up in the FATBMX ad. Now check which riders your recognize from the following ads.
Projectivity Movement, Richmond Hood Co, 5050 Skatepark, and RobotsWillKill present INSPIRED BY US; live art, film premiere, and art sale for charity. We have come together with a large amount of the artists and community businesses on Staten Island to create an enormous, fun filled night of art and inspiration. All proceeds for the evening will be going to the Staten Island Arts Council's LARK FUND, an initiative to bring music and art supplies to Staten Island public schools. This is a serious concern among artists, teachers, business owners, and community members, so we have created an event to help raise money for schools seeking mini-grants from the SI Arts Council, specifically for the arts.
Kevin Lyons will be exhibiting a series of handpainted used DC Pro athlete snowboards + exclusive handpainted wood panels piece at The Hub Gallery TODAY Thursday November 14th, from 6pm. Come and meet the Artist and his famous monsters at: The HUB by DC Shoes
Thanks to Nicolas Curie we can continue to bring you more BMX comics. This one has all the instructions on how to do a nose manual. You see, Nicolas is a BMX rider from the Blockhaus posse from France and nowadays a trainer of 150 BMX Kids in Troyes. He teaches kids how to do tricks and have fun on their bikes on a daily basis. If you're struggling with nose-wheelies, check out the instructions on this page. If it works for that lady, it'll work for you.
Hang-10, no-footed nose wheelie, what difference does it make? If you don't know what either one is, simply follow the step by step in the comic. It's quite comical actually so make sure to peek in and read the whole page. And don't forget to wear your fullface. Zonder Helm, Kop Kapot!