Saturday, May 30, 2009

More Miscellanous...

Here are a few more miscellaneous items I have pinstriped.

Everyone needs to have some pinstriped ornaments on their Christmas Tree! These are non-breakable flat black ornaments with a little bit of character added to them. The going rate for these is 10 Ornaments for $20 or $2.50 each. There are lots of different ones to choose from and they can be custom ordered with colors of your choice. Names can also be pinstriped onto the ornaments. Woo Hoo

These are basically 'presentation' style boards that have been pinstriped, and they would look righteous hanging in your garage! They go for $15.00 each.

These are handy little cans for storing nick-knacks or nuts & bolts. Lots of different ones to choose from, and as with the others can be customized as you would like. Pick one up, their $5.00 each.

Now, what cool chick wouldn't dig a pinstriped purse? These are high-quality, never been used purses that have been 'accessorized'. Get your lovely lady one for $30.00 each. Or, if there is a purse that she really likes, or one that they have already, we can do that as well. Depending on the amount of pinstriping done, prices may vary.

And last but not least for today, here is an old tool-box with some flare. This one here is going for $30.00. Rates for toolboxes vary depending on how much I paid for the box. This would look great in the back of a rat rod or hanging out in a hot rod garage.

That's it for today folks. If there is anything you are ever interested in, leave a comment with your info and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Greg's 66 Chevy Truck

Here is a truck that I painted and pinstriped for a friend of mine.

Close up of pinstripe on the tailgate.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

With a Rebel Yell....

This weekend was spent pinstriping a Honda Rebel for Bob in West Valley City. It was a lot of fun, and I think it turned out pretty good. I did a two-color paint scheme to go with existing graphics, and tried to flow the lines to the bikes contours. Here are some pics my lovely wife took throughout the process.

All in a days work!

And for the fun of it, Bob had me do some quick pinstripe work on his new BBQ when I took the bike back.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

Time to hop on the blog wagon. My name is Andy and pinstriping is the name of my game.

This here is my first post with hopeful
ly lots more to come of some of my adventures, maybe some blunders, and all things pinstriped. So all a-board, here we go!

I enjoy all things kustom and old skool, so imagine my delight when I got asked to pinstripe this fine specimen! A 48 Chevy Fleetline for Rick Hunter, garage builder extraordinaire. As one of my favorites at all of the car shows, I was super excited to stripe this baby.

I also recently worked on a beautiful 31 Ford Truck. This little thing had so much character! I love the patina and old Shell Logo. This was probably one of my favorites to pinstripe to date.

Other fun pinstriped goodies include jackets, bikes, purses, cans, vases, Christmas ornaments and other items galore.

More fun stuff to come later.