Back in 2016, i did a series of automotive illustrations for our local quarterly held Cars & Coffee style meet before printing them out on art-cards and giving them away. It never occured to me to put them together until now. The cars are all my original artwork, the ladies are edited stock images from […]Read more "Cars & Kopi illustrated"
It’s been a long time but i’ve finally made it for another one of T-Site’s fantastic Cars and Coffee-esque morning meet ups! Dubbed, “Morning Cruise”. For one reason or another, i’ve never had much luck with these meets on my previous visits to Tokyo but this time, it’s happening! And on the day i was […]Read more "Tokyo Auto-Otaku 2018: Daikanyama Morning Cruise Part 1: May we meet?"
We’re pretty sure you’ve seen Toyota’s latest baby already given that it’s all over the internets. But we’re pretty sure THIS was what the animators had in mind when they created their showreel.Read more "Toyota Supra Racing Concept Intensified"
While chasing automobiles was not a high priority on my Kansai vacation, there was one particular shop i really wanted to drop by. A shop that for one reason or another, i’ve never visited. Since this was my fourth trip to Kyoto (and with no idea how long it will be until my next), i […]Read more "Kansai Auto-Otaku: Visiting Carland86!"
For the past few years, with the rise of aesthetic mods and high-end motors taking centerstage at the Tokyo Auto Salon, those wanting a taste of true blue authentic JDM tuning goodness were happily catered for in a special event space located just next to the main halls. With a lovely selection of vehicles specially […]Read more "Tokyo Auto Salon 2017: Option Magazine’s Tuning Car Meeting"
I could think of no better way to kick off our TAS2017 coverage than a showcase of machines from Japan’s largest automotive manufacturer, Toyota. Unlike last years flashy showcase which had a more street vibe, the big boys from Aichi were all business this time. Bringing along a bevy of cars showcasing much of their […]Read more "TOKYO AUTO SALON 2017: Toyota / Lexus"
The year is 1976, France and Britain begin the first regularly scheduled commercial supersonic flights, Viking I lands on Mars and Love will keep us together wins record of the year. Elsewhere, across the pond in Showa era Japan, an idea for something equally as important was hatched in the office of Toyota automobiles. A […]Read more "Hip to be square: The Toyota AW11 MR2"