Modifying a car must be hard in Japan. As having an all-access pass on every single car part can be the largest threat, which can result in to losing the car’s original persona. First thing that catches my eye in a build is the car’s own character, this is how the car is modified
The most productive thing I’ve done all weekend was shoot my buddy’s, Mike Klonoff’s (@Swagtothemax) E36 M3. This car started as a stock M3 that sat under the covers, hidden in a corner of the parking lot at the house I live at. When Mike had to part ways with
Last weekend, America’s Car Museum in Tacoma, WA hosted a BMW Centennial Celebration so we braved the elements on the drive up to the rain or shine event which showcased over 350 cars from all over the Pacific Northwest. Here were some of my favorites 🙂 And one of our
✨Garage Welt x Fatlace Friday 5/20✨ Going down tomorrow from 4PM-9PM at The Paddock in San Mateo Gear: @GarageWelt Slaps: @krazykidsradio Fewdz: @thegamedaytruck Sweetz: @eggettessanmateo
Here’s an awesome video by Alonso Truman from our Offset Kings Santa Monica event. Enjoy!
I’m all about spotlighting individuals who are passionate about their hobby. The article is currently in the works and it will be featuring Eduardo Nauiack’s 1995 Moto Guzzi 1100 Sport. Keep your eyes peeled, this is going to be a good one.
It’s always great to see an individual who’s really passionate about their craft, get the credit they deserve. In this short film by Stellar, Wesley Kim shares with us why he builds motorcycles and what keeps him going. Enjoy!
Did a quick photo shoot with Justin and his FRS. Nothing too crazy but for some reason I like it for the simplicity. His car is always changing so if you want to follow him on his build just click here. Parts list: TRD shift knob Touge Factory
For the past several years, it’s been a ritual for Fatlace to put on one of the most highly-anticiapted car shows of the year. In conjunction with Formula D, the streets of Long Beach has been our jumping-off point into the car show season. It’s a big treat for us
Rarely do I shoot with my Leica. It produces the best results out of any of my camera’s but still I don’t use it. Maybe it’s because it takes more time to set up the shot than every digital camera out there or maybe because I feel like today’s “need