“I’ll never sell it.” It’s something many of us have said about one car or another, and typically, it doesn’t hold true. I can’t begin to count the number of StanceWorks feature cars that have been described as “forever cars” by their owners, insistent that their pride and joy will never be for sale, only to be listed within a month following its internet debut. Times change, feelings change, and priorities change, so I can’t quite fault anyone for it.
Towards the end of last year, I hauled Rusty Slammington out to the Los Angeles Port. There, Keith Ross and Jared Houston exercised their talents, snapping photos and videos which later culminated into one of the best pieces of 2017. It was the first time I had ever had someone else shoot the car, and with that, I stood back and let them work. As the light faded, though, I couldn’t help but grab my own camera and snap a few.
Choosing our latest desktop wallpaper was a pretty easy and obvious choice. Keith Ross recently worked his magic with Rusty Slammington in the Long Beach port, and we’re here with a high-res shot for all to enjoy. Simply right-click and save-as for the full photo.
To celebrate the completion and revival of our project E28, “Rusty,” we launched the most recent art print from the Lowly Gentlemen. Andrew Ritter paired his talent with paper once again, this time depicting Rusty from the inside out, celebrating everything that comprises its latest form. A handful remain from our unveiling last year, waiting for homes on shop and office walls, and what better time than now than to bring the beautiful prints in to the spotlight.