Towards the end of last year, I hauled Rusty Slammington out to the Los Angeles Port. There, Keith Ross and Jared Houston exercised their talents, snapping photos and videos which later culminated into one of the best pieces of 2017. It was the first time I had ever had someone else shoot the car, and with that, I stood back and let them work. As the light faded, though, I couldn’t help but grab my own camera and snap a few.
Year after year, we continue to both refine and redefine our apparel. Each line brings forth not only new ideas in design and product: each new line further embraces our character and our passions. Today, we’re excited to announce the latest from the Lowly Gentlemen, which includes four all-new shirt designs, as well as two new hats, and an art print too, all designed by the hand and pen of Andrew Ritter.
Just over a week ago, we announced and teased the Project CARS x StanceWorks DLC Car pack – the latest addition to the digital racing world that Slightly Mad Studios has created. For those that missed the announcement, the latest DLC offers StanceWorks’s take on two iconic BMWs: the classic 2002, and its spiritual successor, the 1M. We gave the cars a host of mods and changes, ramping them up for more speed, more style, and more fun.
It was nearly eight months ago that Project CARS reached its official launch for the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Upon its entry to the market, we gave our first impressions, praising the game for its no-holds-barred take on the challenges of racing.
Today marks the halfway point between Spring and Summer: the weather is at its best, and it’s just a few weeks more until the Summer heat takes over. The big season-openers are beginning, with Worthersee bringing out Europe’s top winter builds, and SoWo set to do the same for the States. The winter’s lull has given way to summer’s momentum, and here in Southern California, we’re excited to launch the new Lowly Gentlemen apparel for 2015.