Bike Paintings Made With Ink and Chopsticks

motorcycle portraits made with ink and chopsticks

Motorcycle art by Endo Makoto is geared straight towards bike lovers. The appearance of the paintings is decidedly affected by the use of chopsticks as painting tools. Endo usually works on 6 feet by 4 feet canvas. Painting starts with drawing an outline, followed by splashing paint on the canvas that is then spread by the use of chopsticks.

Several classic and modern bikes find room in the paintings. You could commission a portrait of your own bike for a price ranging from $1,500 to $2,500, or if that is too steep, prints are available for $100 to $300.

Via Wired

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