To celebrate the completion and revival of our project E28, “Rusty,” we launched the most recent art print from the Lowly Gentlemen. Andrew Ritter paired his talent with paper once again, this time depicting Rusty from the inside out, celebrating everything that comprises its latest form. A handful remain from our unveiling last year, waiting for homes on shop and office walls, and what better time than now than to bring the beautiful prints in to the spotlight.
Photography by Keith Ross
For most, it’s clear that in the ’50s and ’60s, the Big Three were on to something. From the towering fins perched atop Cadillac fenders, to the tiered, rolling hoods of classic Chevy trucks, the automotive design language of the time was unparalleled, and has since left us with a truly special and eclectic collection of classics, many waiting for their chance at a second life.
Nestled along the banks of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, the much-anticipated return of Eurowerks brought premier automobiles from all over the United States to descend upon the twin cities of Minnesota.
It seems like only yesterday that the team at StereoScreen released Adrenalin, a long-awaited in-depth look at the BMW touring car story as a whole. As BMW enthusiasts, its rare gift when art meets our passion in such a beautiful way, blending the brilliance of cinema with the vigor of racing.
In an effort to embrace the art behind the very essence of StanceWorks as a whole, we’re proud to announce Throttle & Shutter: a film competition for the car culture, by car culture.
We’ve teamed up with Monster Energy and Players Show to present Throttle and Shutter, a film competition for car fans from all scenes. Open to anyone and everyone, this competition offers you the chance to show the world what “car culture” means to you.