The scooter season is fully underway, despite the atrocious weather in these parts. When will the summer finally arrive? Anyway, here I am, modelling the Centurion Scooter Club celebration of 40 years of its existence. Now is the time to nab one as there’s currently a 15% SALE on ALL Scooterola items – and FREE shipping!
Super Summer June SALE of all cool Scooterola products from TODAY June 1st. 15% reduction off everything…pass it on!
There’s nothing we like more, here at Scooterola, than a nice cup of tea in the new Centurions mug. Here is chief designer and brand manager, Kevin McSherry enjoying a brew at home in his Centurions Scooter Club 40th anniversary teeshirt. Both available to buy here.
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I was very happy to receive my latest Scooterola T-shirts from Printl.com this sunny February morning. Here I am trying them on and talking about them. Yes – they’re real! The designs are: The Centurion Scooter Club 40th Anniversary and Scooter All-Stars. Both available in a variety of colours and sizes for men and women at the above tab or this link.
Remember, payments are NOT made through this site but through Etsy.com which is trusted by millions of buyers every day. The T-shirts themselves are produced and printed by Printful.com, specialists in merchandising.
That’s right. And here’s the T-shirt to prove it. There’s nothing like adversity to provoke creative effort. Take a little tour of my studio and see the creative process in making each of these exclusive Scooterola teeshirts in this short video.
Why I should have been targeted by the Illuminati is beyond me. You’d think they had better things to do – and bigger fish to fry…fortunately Shergar got it back for me.
To see all the Scooterola T-shirts available, click on the tab above or here.
No; I don’t mean old men in swimming trunks. I’m thinking of making these illustrations I did into T-Shirts and I’d just like to know what you think. All constructive feedback is welcome. I think’d they’d look best on black myself…
They’re both made using Affinity Designer, a truly great bit of software for artists.
It’s a fine day here in Dublin, so I scooted down to my favourite café – Café Moda in Rathmines – to get some peace and quiet and a few ideas for T-shirt designs down on paper. All Scooterola designs start out as drawings on paper; so here are a couple of possibilities from the sketchbook. They’ll be applied like the other Scooterola T-shirt designs here in time for 2019’s scooter season. Do let me know what you think.
From the Youtube blurb:
A celebration of fashion, music and Mod subculture; ‘The Devil’ truly is in the detail in this claustrophobic look into a timeless British scene as real Mods from the 60s, 80s and the 21st century come together for a night out. Narrated by Paul Weller, produced and directed by Emma-Rosa Dias, written by Mark Baxter.
I know it’s not May but we live in hope. This is a great video compilation from a Mod’s Mayday ride out in 2011 and a pleasant antidote to the January weather outside. We think they’re one of the smartest crews out there, here at Scooterola Headquarters.
A very Scooterola bunch indeed!
Do you or your club want your video featured? If it’s up our street, it’ll be done – just contact me.
My old friend, Mark flew over from the UK to visit me this weekend, looking supremely fit and stylish, damn him; we were in the same class at primary school. It was a perfect opportunity for me to snap him wearing his Scooterola T-shirt. In our younger days, his nickname was, The Inspector as he had the character Inspector Clouseau painted on his mid-blue Vespa P200E.
I couldn’t have asked for a better model. Thanks Mark -and see you soon.