Sunday, December 30, 2012

The Sideburn Beast

One of the coolest motorcycle racing magazines/blogs has just announced the release of a very cool T-shirt.

This is the Sideburn Magazine 'Beast' T-shirt, boasting an obvious homage to Motörhead.

If you'd like to buy this beaut, go here.

Absolutely love it... and yes it will soon be in my collection of T's.

Ace ♠

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

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Friday, December 21, 2012

Friday Hottie

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Friday, December 14, 2012

Friday Hottie

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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Toilet Humour

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The Nutsacker Suite

Just in time for the holidays, tree balls.


This Bauballs ornament was the brainchild of the Orchid Testicular cancer organization. Legit! Sadly, to me it looks more like Elmo's shaved ass cheeks.

Speaking of tree ornaments.

That's more like it.

Ace ♠

Saturday, December 8, 2012

RIP Dimebag

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Potatöhead Remember Me Now... Potatöhead Alright!

OK, the Mr Potato Head I got for Christmas growing up, never looked this cool. This killer creation was crafted by a man many have dubbed the master of all Potato Heads, artist Jason D. Johnson.

Yep, it's none other than Motörhead lead singer, bass player and front man Lemmy Kilmister in all his potato head glory! 

Are you kidding me. Johnson didn't miss a feature and included Kilmister's tattoos, friendly mutton chops mustache, his moles and of course the world renowned Lemmy salute.

This figurine would be the pièce de résistance to any Motörheadbanger's collection, but it's not for sale. Johnson's one-of-a-kind Ace of Spuds, is already spoken for.

Jason is giving the Mr Lemmy Potatöhead to this guy, comic book artist Greg Capullo. The guy who draws Batman and Spawn (just to name a few of his accomplishment). 

Um, wow. I'm fine with that. To see some of Johnson's other works of potato head art go here.

Ace ♠

Friday, December 7, 2012

Friday Hottie

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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Vulgar Display of Pantera

12/08/2012, will mark the 8th anniversary of Pantera's lead guitar player, Dimebag Darrel's death. So Rick Florino of ArtistDirect decided to chat with a variety of artists about Pantera's impact on them.

From Kerry King of Slayer, Rob Zombie, Slipknot to Five Finger Death Punch and Mastodon, they all sit down and talk Pantera.
For more fo here.
Ace ♠