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Ugly Moto

Singapore-based Francis Ooi runs Ugly Moto, an outlet for his beautiful illustrations of classic racing motorcycles. He’s selected four designs for Bike EXIF, in a range of resolutions to suit your computer screen or iPad.

To purchase Francis’ work, visit the Ugly Moto store. You’ll find these images (and more) available as 16″ x 23″ litho prints on 220gsm acid-free paper, from US$65.

To explore our previous Bike EXIF wallpapers, head over here.

Ian Galvin

Chicago-based Ian Galvin is one of the most original motorcycle artists working today. Here are four designs produced for Bike EXIF, in a range of resolutions to suit your monitor or iPad.

To purchase Ian’s work, visit the Moto Mucci store. You’ll find these images (and more) available as 18″ x 12″ prints from US$48.

To explore our previous Bike EXIF wallpapers, head over here.

Lorenzo Eroticolor

The enigmatic Lorenzo Eroticolor, French artist and poster-maker extraordinaire, creates motorcycle-themed prints under the Aristocratic Motorcyclist moniker. Here are four designs produced for Bike EXIF, in a range of resolutions to suit your monitor or iPad.

To see more of M. Eroticolor’s work, visit his website or the Aristocratic Motorcyclist Tumblr.

To explore our previous Bike EXIF wallpapers, head over here.

Hammarhead Industries

We’re huge fans of James Hammarhead’s creations. He chooses donor bikes with charm and ability—such as Triumph Bonnevilles and Urals—and injects a major dash of style and functionality. Grant Ray, then creative director of Hell For Leather (now RideApart), captured the spirit of these machines with a photo essay recording a day of hardcore offroad riding.

Hammarhead himself sums it up perfectly: “For me, this mixture of queasy empowerment is the primal state that motorcycles can induce, shattering the lethargy of an anxiety prone post-modern life. In fact, everything Hammarhead creates is an exploration of the uncomfortable, electric affirmation that happens when a motorcycle reminds us that we are alive.”

If that strikes a chord with you, pick a wallpaper and hold the thought.

Pierrick Jégou

One of the most charming European motorcycle events is the Montée Historique du Montaigu, an informal race meeting open to both motorcycles and sidecars. It’s held in a small town 450 kilometers south-west of Paris, and this year, it’s the 40th anniversary. To celebrate, the Parisian designer Pierrick Jégou has created a set of stylish, vintage-themed posters—and a range of wallpapers exclusively for Bike EXIF readers. Pop them on your desktop for an instant dash of retro moto style.