Chris Sickels of Red Nose Studio, a curious graphic artist
Chris Sickels of Red Nose Studio, a curious graphic artist

In recent months I have moved among people in the world of graphic artists, and the truth is that I had not seen anyone who was dedicated to the subject like Chris Sickels from Red Nose Studio. Most people when considering making an illustration use drawing or digital retouching techniques, but I don't know anyone who does this. Chris Sickels who first creates the dolls and what will appear in the image. Then he photographs it and finally retouches it digitally.

You think anyone could do this, but when the guy drives a 1965 Harley Davidson Pacer it becomes something even more special. Because that Harley Davidson is one of the curious two-stroke single-cylinder motorcycles that were made in Milkwaukee during the sixties. And that on this side of the Atlantic we have practically not seen. In addition, these motorcycles were discontinued in 1965 when Harley Davidson partnered with Aermacchi. A part of the history of the legendary American brand that not everyone knows.

In short, a curious way of working and a curious means of transport, which makes a designer different. After watching the video below, what do you think of his work?

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