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Insight: Death Spray Custom

Insight: Death Spray Custom

3 YEARS AGO / NO COMMENTS / CULTURE / VIDEO

Dial M Films recently released a short movie which provides an insight into the mind and work of one of our favourite artists: Death Spray Custom. Titled Things That Can Kill You, it gives a visual description of David Gwyther’s inspiration.

Saffron x DSC Snow Bike

Saffron x DSC Snow Bike

3 YEARS AGO / NO COMMENTS / CYCLOCROSS

If you somehow managed to get all of David Gwyther’s — A.K.A Death Spray Custom — artwork in one room at the same time, the atmosphere could be described as highly combustible. And it wouldn’t just be from the vapours. Death Spray Custom has decorated motorbikes, helmets, jerry cans, car bonnets, axes, tool boxes and…

Velo City: Bicycle Culture and City Life

Death Spray Custom x Morvélo

It’s a little known fact that Brush Script, a font designed in 1942 by Robert E. Smith for the American Type Founders, was used for…

Saffron x Death Spray Custom

It’s the most inspiring thing to watch an artist at work, whether it’s a painter, a chef, a skater or any creative person who relishes…

DSC x Bell 45 Triumph

Traditionally, Japanese have a deep respect for that which is well-crafted, requiring patience or meditation to master. They also highly consider that which has aged…

Interview: Death Spray Custom

Death Spray Custom is a name just as enigmatic as the work produced by the London-based artist. We’ve seen the iconic images of his efforts…

Death Spray Custom Nørd

Dazzle camouflage has been used extensively throughout the portfolio of Death Spray Custom, a one-man paint house based in the United Kingdom. Originally instigated by…

Vengeance is Coming

When one has had their fill of custom track, randonneurs, and mountain bikes, there can appear to be only a few avenues left to the…

Cinelli x DSC x EK

Cinelli’s collaborations continue to produce some amazing works of art, the combined efforts of ground-breaking contemporary artists and designers. It’s a good way of reinventing…