Is It The Right Way To Celebrate Tattoo Art?

CheyenneBike1CheyenneBike2One day, Willie G. Davidson told me “when I think I have seen everything, I walk a bike show and I still get very surprised by what people decide to do with a Harley” Me too… This bike is being built by a Polish shop called Game Over Cycles in collaboration with German company Cheyenne Professional Tattoo Equipment. The idea is to cover the bike entire body and tires in light colored leather similar to the color of human skin, then to have tattoos inked all over it. Why not, except that in real life, we all prefer to admire tattoos applied on a beautiful body… If you absolutely want to see the completed bike with all its leather inked tattoos and live in the UK, it will premiere September 27th at the London Tattoo Convention.

6 Responses to “Is It The Right Way To Celebrate Tattoo Art?”

  1. 1 P. Gallhager Sep 23rd, 2014 at 10:03 am

    Ugly bike. Tattoos are for skin.

  2. 2 Drive The Wheels Off Sep 23rd, 2014 at 11:30 am

    at first glance that frame looked like a snake

  3. 3 Rodent Sep 23rd, 2014 at 2:32 pm

    Heard any Polish jokes lately?

  4. 4 ColoradoKid Sep 23rd, 2014 at 2:34 pm

    Wretched excess at its very worst and yet another case of just because you can … doesn’t mean you should . The unfortunate thing being if it was Tattoos they’re wanting to ‘ celebrate ‘ so much could of been done by building a really tasteful custom then doing a Tattoo influenced paint job on it..Designed by Tattoo artists and then executed by a high quality custom painter

  5. 5 Jay Horton's Private Shop Sep 24th, 2014 at 8:43 am

    There are virtues in excess. It’s all relative. Maybe you could open your mind to where it has taken us from in the past and enjoy the fruits rather than wearing the cross of self-righteous indignation; in this case, silence would smell better. Live and let live…… Later Jay

  6. 6 The Vintagent Sep 29th, 2014 at 11:07 am

    I was at the FIAC art fair in Paris in 2012 and came across the Philippe Pasqua Ferrari F430 which had been covered in leather and tattoo’d…so there ya go; nothing is new…

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