Owning a unique bike is one thing but possessing an extra ordinary helmet and bike gear is different.
I am sure, you might sure be knowing some one who tried to paint his (because in India, I never saw a girl riding a bike) helmet with his name or stuffing it with some sorts of stickers that eat dust pretty easily.
Anyways, even if you don’t own a bike nor has the time to get your helmet painted exclusively, you would be pleased to know that eitherway it’s possible to owning one. And by chance if you have some business sense then who knows soon you may plan to start your own business of selling these hot selling helmets.
Helmet Art Exhibitions
Recently, world’s 20 most talented helmet artists displayed their creations in Red Bull Helmet Exhibition that was attended by thousands of visitors, media and invariably each of the artists who displayed their craft, got amazing orders amounting almost one million dollars, in one day!
Newer Business Opportunities
Here are the links that may take you to the most exclusive helmet displays of the world. Link-1 Link-2 Link-3Link-4 Link-5 Link-6 Link-7 Link-8 Link-9 Link-10 Link-11 Link-12 You may notice that the exhibits showcased at these sites look grand and very stylishly elite. Here you may check the European Helmets of 1450–1650: the treasures from the Reserve Collection. Here are some other sorts of helmets. Alternatively for a change you may check the War Helmets
I myself love the Red Bull Helmets. I would like to quote,Michael Corby of Indianapolis-based Corby Concepts.“ These helmets give people a glimpse into a really unsung and little known facet of motor sports” He explains further, ‘it just evolves naturally from a love of racing and the friendships and connections you form being around it. We just happen to have a really unique canvas to work with.’
You may visit the following great helmet sculpturists and try to learn their tricks if not buying their world class products:
* Patrice Harvey, Smart Race Paint, Canada
* Jason Fowler, JLF Designs, UK
* Jens Munser, JMD Designs, Germany
* Luke Hibberd, LA Designs, Australia
* Mike Fairholme, Fairholme Designs, UK
* Sid & Alan Mosca, Painted by Sid, Brazil
* Lasse Mehtola, 360 Gfx, Sweden
* Michael Corby, Corby Concepts Inc., Indianapolis
* Jason Beam, Beam Designs, Las Vegas, NV
* Troy Lee, Troy Lee Designs, Southern California
* Craig Fraser, Air Syndicate, Bakersfield, CA
* Brad Platenga, Bullseye Visual, Kokomo, IN
* Alex Paglia, Axcel Fast Graphics, Southern California
* Chris Wood, Airtrix, Southern California
* Donnie Fackler, Bell Racing, USA
Learning Helmet Transformation
And if you want to start this new business of making incredibly crazy helmets that sells like hotdogs, peanuts and candies then visit here to buy book and watch a video tutorial.If you are interested in knowing more about the techniques and the story of the artists, their works and the methods of different helmet painting strategies then please visit one by one the following links. Link-1 Link-2 Link-3 Link-4 Link-5 Link-6 Link-7 Link-8 Link-9Link-10