Category Archives: Process

Pearl Clear.

I can tell you that shooting photos of a white bike is hard………..and that pales to making a white bike ‘pop’ when you paint it. In this case the owner wanted subtle and ‘pop’ and the pearl clear really makes it happen. I did my best to show the color in these photos but frankly …
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The Cobbler’s Shoes.

For some reason framebuilders often ride the most beat up stuff that looks like hell. Well this bike was that way until just days ago when Joe Bell took my paint scheme and made it come true in real life – thanks JB! Dave

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Batman part II.

I’m doing my best to resist using the term ‘Ka- Pow!’ (you need to be of a certain age to have this make sense – ask your dad if necessary) but what can you do when you have a race bike for Batman. The owner of this bike is in Switzerland and most likely didn’t …
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What Batman might ride.

Closing out the week with this deep, deep, black JKS. Next week it gets a Super Record kit and then it’s off to Switzerland. Have a great weekend! Dave

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I see a trend –

A good number of years ago now Karin designed this basic color scheme for her personal bike and since then we keep doing slightly different versions of it. In this case it’s on a JKS fixed gear road bike for friend of the Frameworks George. He will be in the area in the next few …
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