Gnarly Magazine Issue #5 now available!

Gnarly Magazine Issue #5 now available! Brand new Kustom Kulture print publication, featuring lowbrow artists, pinstripers, sign painters, builders, hot rods, motorcycles, tattoos, humor, kustom kulture lifestyle, and more!
56 pages. Full color glossy.
Featured Artist: Don Picton - Friend Prices

Also Featuring: Reggie Bugmuncher of Olde City Sideshow
Comic by Mike Moore
Dear Dr. Pinstriper
Artist Spotlight:
Kevin Carmody
Black Rebel Art
Doug Mac
Jason Von Woods
Freddy Velazquez
Motorcycle Tank Art

Motorcycle Photography by Daniel N. Venditto
Growing the Cult of Kustom Kulture - Q&A with Alex Moreno by Jeff Alexander
Rat Fin Art Contest Roundup
Scale Riders - Scale Modeling by Edgar Vergara
Bombotz - The Lowbrow Art of Tyler K. Smith
Step-by-Step Vintage Skateboard Restoration by Jeremy Lindvig
Trashboy - Kustom Creations by Christof Kaspar
Monstertown Comics
Buy your copy here.

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The Pilgrimage Campout OCT 20th

I was going to wait till next week to post this, but I'm hearing tickets are nearly out! Great job guys!! We can't wait to play #thepilgrimagecampout w/ @theflytraps @livinalivesgv @killingcalifornia @thewastedeads #twentyninepalms FOLLOW: @thepilgrimagecampout on IG for the latest info ...and word has it there's a ticket giveaway coming up, so stay tuned!!! October 20th at the Palms Restaurant ðŸŒ´x29 

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Purchase Your Advance Tickets for 12/9/2018

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September 29th

Vintage drag racing is really catching on . . .  It's back for good - and that's a good thing !  Too many of these race cars and motorcycles have sat in fields and museums far too long.  "Vintage" drags are different from "Nostalgia" in that there's no modern powerplants, wheels, nitrous, etc.  It's better.  You can't believe how fast these cars run until you see it yourself.  Vintage roar out those headers.  So get out your old Wynns Friction Proofing pit jacket, grease that hair . . . and we'll see ya at the strip.
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Sounds like more fun to me.  See ya then. -Noot

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