Here’s the latest bike from everyone’s favorite fine artist masquerading as a custom paint shop. Based on a 1959 Norton Dominator, Death Spray Custom applied a polka dot and ribbon paint job that isn’t exactly…common on a classic bike.
For the latest cover of Dice Magazine, Death Spray Custom created and photographed a scale model of “Diceland.” Full of all sorts of little easter eggs, you’ll have to buy a copy ($7) and pour over the fold-out in detail … Continued
“I wanted to create the next generation of Dave Aldana’s suit,” describes Death Spray Custom’s David Gwyther. “He raced in black leathers with a white skeleton print. The Anatomy Suit is part sculpture, part puzzle and all educational.” Photos: Neil … Continued
Like Death Spray Custom’s subversive take on traditional car and bike graphics? DSC will be doing its first exhibit in America, opening tomorrow night at the iam8bit gallery in Los Angeles. The event is a group show with multiple other … Continued
“I just wanted to try something different and striking to the usual race rep vibe with the graphic face,” explains DSC‘s David Gwyther of where he was going with this 900SS. “The theme is based on conspiracy theories/paranoia, hence the … Continued
Death Spray Custom took the opportunity to wheel this XS650 tracker into a photo studio so it can be put up for sale. Unlike the DSC Boner Brigade we featured in 2009, this one ditches the acid green in favor … Continued
This 1970 Triumph TR25 Scrambler, a light custom based on the stock 250cc standard, is absolutely stunning. Paint is by Death Spray Custom and it’s for sale on eBay with a £666 reserve. Wow. There’s a photo of a stock … Continued