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Supercross New Year 2013

25 Jan

James Stewart and Ryan Villopoto are starting 2013 with style! Get a glimpse of each rider’s philosophy and training ground as they prepare for the 2013 Supercross Season! Music The Glitch Mob, “Warrior Concerto”



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The Glitch Mob, “Warrior Concerto”
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Petit Le Mans at 2.7K/30fps.

18 Jan



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Catch a ride around Road Atlanta with the Flying Lizards in their 2012 Porsche 911 RSR as they take to the track for the first official practice session during the 2012 Petit Le Mans. Shot primarily at 2.7K/30fps.

Special Thanks to:
Patrick Long
Joerg Bergmeister
Patrick Pilet

When Outrageous Was Possible

6 Nov

There was a time when an art form known as coachbuilding existed.
Back then, the coachbuilder did not have to answer to a CFO.
Back then, the coach builder did not have to compromise his vision due to government regulations.
Back then, the outrageous was possible.
The Lamborghini Countach could only have been born then.

Drive tastefully.

Long Live The Kings: A Flat Twin Adventure

5 Oct

“Two years after Riding September we decided to go back on the road, this time leaving the digital sensors at home.”

The short documentary was shot on super 16mm and directed by Clement Beauvais.
Still photography was shot on 35mm and 120mm film by Donald van der Putten @ Hysteric Studios

The all project initiated by Arthur de Kersauson is the result of a collaborative effort between Clement Beauvais, Hysteric Studios (Donald van der Putten and Thomas Chedeville), Blitz motorcycles and was made possible by Edwin Europe.

A film by Clement Beauvais and Arthur de Kersauson
Directed by Clement Beauvais
Produced by Arthur de Kersauson

Still Photography by Donald van der Putten
Making of and blog by Thomas Chedeville

Motorcycles by Blitz Motorcycles

Invisible Mercedes.

9 Mar

In a promotion for its first production fuel-cell vehicle in Deutschland, Mercedes-Benz miraculously turned a B-Class hatchback invisible — at least, from a distance, and set out on the streets of Stuttgart, Germany. To make this happen, Mercedes employed dozens of technicians and some $263,000 worth of flexible LED mats covering one side of the automobile. Using a HD camera mounted on the opposite side of the vehicle, the LEDs were programmed to reproduce the image from the camera at the appropriate scale, blending the vehicle into the background from a few feet away. Pulling this off required power sources, computers and other gear totaling roughly 1,100 lbs. of equipment all inside the B-Class. The point of Mercedes’ clever marketing was to show how the F-Cell hydrogen fuel cell powered car would be invisible to the environment, producing only water vapor and heat for emissions. A subtle, yet powerful way to promote the new technology!




The Porsche 911 – A benchmark since 1963

7 Feb

AHHHMAZING…..  Check out this great new marketing piece from one from one of my favorite companies, Porsche AG!



What makes a 911 a 911? A truly distinctive design. Technology that was born on the race track. Emotional impact that has been standard since 1963. More information on the latest generation of this icon on

Against All Odds

13 Jan

By no means is the movie Against All Odds, a must see, though I dare say it has one of the best street racing scenes of the 1980’s (maybe in cinematic history). Just my opinion. Watch as James Woods and Jeff Bridges push their two horses to the limits in the streets of Los Angeles. Enjoy!

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