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(A site redesign is in the works.)
Here's the August, 2003 Biker Magazine cover:
Thanks to Biker and Paisano Publications for permission
to use the article. Photography artfully shot by Michael Farabaugh.
Look for pics of the "Kama Sutra" radical custom, coming soon.
Here's a preview:
Combined with the work of Nick Kafantaris,
my work is only a part of this one. The tank sides are airbrushed with statues
from ancient India. The other side shows an eight armed potentate.
This is a snapshot from the Chicago Supercycle Show,
where the bike was judged Grand Champion.
Some other pics of my work.....
please visit my illustration galleries, too.
A couple of painted aluminum panels...
And a denim jacket.
I've been an editorial and commercial airbrush illustrator for nearly 20
years with clients whose names you'll recognize. I've spent hundreds of hours
learning to apply my illustrations to your
During the last two decades I've also designed, prototyped and patented award winning products, built museum quality models, bent neon, worked with natural and synthetic materials, hot and cold casting, electroforming... the list goes on. What's the point? Years of experience in creative work that requires attention to detail; knowledge of aesthetics, proportion and visual flow, and knowing how to get the job done right, and on time.
I can translate your ideas into paint that isn't commonplace; with more detail and imagination - That's the goal for each and every job. Paint design should flow, should add style, should "stand proud in a crowd."
For a long, long time I've been airbrushing - learning and tweaking new techniques, making the airbrush an extension of my hand. If you look at my work on this page and in my Illustration Gallery, it will give you an idea of what can be painted - basically, anything you can imagine.
Airbrushing can be done on most surfaces, so...
I'll airbrush your bike,
I'll airbrush your helmet,
I'll airbrush your leather,
I'll airbrush your guitar,
I'll airbrush just about anything you can get to me.*
(*Excludes your kids, dog, mother in law)
In the "Crossroads of America," northwest Indiana - just a few miles outside Chicago,
and one shipment away from you.
To contact me: Garry's e-mail
or call (219) 989-0350