I had to push my own limits. I had built enough cars that utilized wheels and suspension to achieve the basis of their aesthetic. My E9 was a smash hit and turned what felt like every head it came across. It was easy to revel in the success of the car – the constant kind words and appreciation I received for doing something somewhat “outside the box.
Every once in a while, we stumble across someone’s work that leaves our jaw on the floor. MikeK Media’s latest video, an inside look at the talented John Zhang’s work and LTMW’s beautiful cars, leaves us begging for more. From the cinematography, to the coloration – it’s one of the best shorts we’ve seen lately. We couldn’t help but share, and we’ll let his work do the rest of the talking. Be sure to turn up the volume and enter full-screen.
The year is 1951 – one in an era often glorified with the image of the American Dream. CBS has just introduced color television, Sugar Ray Robinson takes the middleweight boxing championship title, and Audrey Hepburn earns her first starring role – the lead in the Broadway play Gigi. The American economy is back in a steady climb, and the American automotive market is at the cutting edge of style and technology.
This coming Sunday, the Lowly Gentlemen will be attending EuroSunday to give a sneak peek at the new line of products that we’ve been working on. With brand new StanceWorks shirts, iPhone covers, and stickers in stock, you’ll want to head to the Lowly Gentlemen booth right away to get your hands on the latest line of quality goods.
More than 40 years can do quite a bit to a person. “Over the hill” is what they call it: that point in your life when the world changes direction and the annual ability to reinvent yourself or try new things begins to fade. Fighting the facts of life is like swimming against the current; you feel like progress is being made, but really powers are working to keep you moving backwards.