PRE-ORDER: Issue #9 - Gnarly Magazine - Print
Gnarly Magazine - Kustom Kulture Print Issue #9 - Summer 2019
Pre-order now and get issue #9 first! Issue #9 officially launches on July 1st, but pre-order customers get their copy ahead of everyone else. We're looking at the 2nd or 3rd week of June for delivery.
Gnarly Magazine features lowbrow artists, pinstripers, sign painters, builders, hot rods, motorcycles, tattoos, humor, kustom kulture lifestyle, and more!
64 pages of full color glossy awesomeness!
INSIDE #9 - THE SUMMER 2019 ISSUE:
Yamasha - Photorealistic painter, specializing in hot rods and motorcycles.
Steve Casino - Peanut Artist. Maker Of Irregular Toys And Sculptures. Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Honoree.
Dave Rojas a.k.a. Dave Über Alles - Kustom Kulture artist, specializing in skateboard and t-shirt graphics
Craig Patterson - Heavily influenced from Graffiti, Skateboard, and Comic book artwork, Craig Patterson AKA Absorb81 mixes his background in screen printing and commercial design with his passion to push lines and shapes into new directions. Absorb81 products and services all come with the same promise of quality, attention to detail, and originality.
Scale Model Build-Off - Rundown of Gnarly Magazine’s 1st Annual scale model contest - a three-way matchup featuring some of the top talent in the scale model industry.
Paige Macy - Kustom painter, specializing in motorcycles and helmets
Nick Francel a.k.a. Robotic Arms - Old-timey cartoon illustrator and watercolorist
Danny “The Count” Koker - A sit down with popular TV show personality from History Channel’s Counting Cars by Jeff Alexander.
Bikes and Vans: The Art of Donny Conrad
Weights & Paints feature on Kustom Painter Ronnie Melendez by Anna Marco
The story of a 1995 Harley Sportster 1200 build by Geoff Cunningham
Kustom Kulture Cool - The Jay Hydric Collection. Jay's original art collection from some of the world’s best known kustom kulture painters by Anna Marco
Gnarly Vs. Charlie cartoon - a spoof on MAD Magazine’s Spy Vs. Spy
Reader Rides - Tons of readers from around the world submit photos of their gnarly ride. See who made the cut!