It was down to the wire and a little past it, but Brawny got it done and running. Come down to the Born Free 4 show tomorrow and check it out in the invited builders section. Stop by the Speed Merchant booth as well.
So I heard that Jarret Stoll was going to be in Hermosa Beach with the Stanley Cup today. Naturally I had to go check it out. Dropped off my youngest daughter at day care went to work for about 30 minutes and then walked down to Hermosa Beach with my oldest daughter.
We were able to go on the roof top of one of the business' down on Pier Ave and was able to see the mini parade come driving in and down on to the strand.
I saw that we could get down on the other side of the fire truck with not a whole of people in the way so we ended moving down there before Jarret got in a car and left. We were able to see the Stanley Cup up close. It was pretty amazing and it was really and I mean "Really" shiny. One of the coolest things I got to see so far this summer.
I have a few of the prints that I made for the Depalma and Born Free 4 artshow for sale. Each print is 13.75" x 19.75" resin coated to a hard gloss. Custom made wood frames are stained ebony black and are ready to hang on your wall. Each purchase of a framed print comes with a Free Joyrides Art Company V.1 book. Go to the Joyrides Art Co online store to purchase your one off print now.
Joyrides Art Company showcases the photographic and design work of Mark Kawakami. Specializing in the hot rod, choppers and tattoo industry. Our goal is to find those people who love to ride, drive and create art as a way of life. We aim to bring that love to you through photographs and design.