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The Filmography of Motorcycles by Cathryn Lavery

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Mar 3, 2015

Category: Living

The motorcycle has made countless number of movies better. From the chopper in Easy Rider to Tom Cruise’s Kawasaki crotch rocket in Top Gun, the cool factor has been amped up so many times, it’s kinda hard to keep track. Well, now you can, with a very-cool-in-its-own-right 24″ x 36″ print of the most famous bikes in film and television history.

The Filmography of Motorcycles by Cathryn Lavery of New York’s Calm the Ham features 79 intricately detailed hand-illustrations that charts the course of the motorcycle on the screen. Even fictional bikes get respect, like the Hell Cycle from Ghost Rider. Each print is 24″ x 36″, signed and numbered by Lavery from a first printing of 1000, on 100 lb. archival recycled thick stock paper pressed on an offset lithographic press in Brooklyn. [Purchase]

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