RevZilla: Seven print motorcycle magazines thriving in the digital age (and how they do it)
Fans of the hot rod culture born out of the 1960s will love the Kustom Kulture art in the quarterly Gnarly Magazine. Every inch of the glossy pages features bike builds, painters, pinstripers, tattoo artists, metal workers, and every medium in between. Off-the-wall photo spreads are interspersed with artist interviews and history about Kustom Kulture.
Johnny VonGnarly, the editor, founder, and publisher of Gnarly, got his start Xeroxing copies of a skateboard fanzine and dreamed of having his own magazine. Managing a print publication takes around-the-clock commitment.
“You have to be prepared to eat, drink, sleep, and shit your publication,” he says.Read the whole thing over on RevZilla.