Cheeks is a pretty incredible artist based in Perth.
She has done work with Blah Skateboards and has pieces that truly unique.
Cheeks was one of the artists featured at the LMTD Space Group Show over in Melbourne a couple of weeks ago. Above are the works that were featured.
Pretty cool ay?
You can follow Cheeks on tumblr.
Selected colours only (blue, red, olive, white and transparent) and for a limited time, so get in quick. Water-resistant, superslim, flexible silicone body, integrated clipping feature, quick-release mounting, directional LEDs. Low battery warning indicator. Visible up to 600 metres.
Credit: Cycling Tips Blog/Mark Gunter
Some damn nice photos from the truly beautiful state of Tasmania and the Tour of Tasmania last week.
“I’ve made a book of my photos from the trip to New York I took in July & August. It’s a full colour perfect bound paperback with 60 pages (photos) from the time I spent in NYC – riding and getting lost, meeting people and exploring the big apple. They’re £5 each and it’s a limited run of 100 copies. Postage and packaging is £2 for UK, £3 for Europe and £4 Rest of World.”
Email Mikey at firstname.lastname@example.org to get a copy
Prizes for first to cross the line, first lady, first junior, best hand, the list goes on.
So get down and win some shit.
September 24, Banks Reserve
You can choose from
30 and 50km rides; Registration is $50/$30 (before 23rd September) or $60/40(after 23rd September) for adult/concession
A 10km family friendly ride; Registration is $25/$10 (before 23rd September) or $30/15(after 23rd September) for adult/children. A family package is also available for $60/$75 for 2 adults and 2 children. Prices are before and after 23rd September.
Starting point is at Pickled Fig Café, South Beach and finishes at Hillarys Beach Park (Whitfords Nodes)
Prizes are still being announced but include best dressed team, first fixed gear bike across the line and first person to cross the line with an item picked up from each Fig Café along the route.
All the info will be up at Ocean Ride for MS website very soon.
“Red Bull Fixie DIY – HARD is a live design/ art competition with a twist!
Artists show their stuff by breaking down the traditional boundaries of creativity.
Custom fixie bikes shall be created live at the Bird in a timed live art competition”
The use of “fixie bike” makes me cringe but the idea of this is a good one.
Check it out August 18!