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HOTP: Issue #8 - Gnarly Magazine



Order Issue #8 of Gnarly Magazine, featuring lowbrow artists, pinstripers, sign painters, builders, hot rods, motorcycles, tattoos, humor, Kustom Kulture lifestyle, and more! Sixty-four pages of full-color glossy awesomeness!


INSIDE THE SPRING 2019 ISSUE:
Artist Spotlight on:
Danger Lindsay
Matt Johnson
Greg Lodato
Matt Beckner
Masters of the Brush - Learning from leaders in the Kustom industry at the Brushmasters Get-A-Way by Vince Lindsay
Charvel/Jackson Guitars Celebrate 40 years of Super Strat Innovation by Jeff Alexander
Rob Roskopp Face Skateboard Deck Step-by-Step Restoration by Jeremy Lindvig
Creature Features Host Rises Again - John Stanley Talks All Things Horror by Jeff Alexander
Featured Artist - Ben Brown
Creating Art for Freaks from a Land Down Under
Featured Artist - Kevin Kirkpatrick
Special effects makeup artist and sculptor
Heavy Cream
1988 Sportster Chopper Build by Nic Jacobs
Written by Jenni Mama Bird Jacobs
Featured Artist - Dave Parmley of Kustom Kult Studio
Master of the Mojave
A short story by Doc Clancy
Pop Surrealist - Bibs Lovelypam
Dear Dr. Pinstriper

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