Now in its 10th publishing year Pinstriping & Kustom Graphics Magazine covers all aspects of Kustom Art and Lifestyle, incorporating everything from Rockabilly to Steampunk & Tiki. PKG started life in 2006 as a modest single sheet newsletter to the growing UK Kustom Paint enthusiasts and is one of only a handful of magazines in the world to cover this specialist target market. PKG is published on a bi-monthly basis (6 times per year). Inside PKG you will find artist, airbrush & pinstriping features, hints & tips, step by steps and art supplies. We bring you Kustom and Lowbrow art, bodypainting & tattoo, lifestyle items and events, plus lots more to feed your Kustom Kulture addiction.
August/September 2019 Issue #75
This issue we go eyeball to eyeball with the Kustom Kulture art work of Liz Northrup and check out some Moldy Creations sculptures that will have your teeth chattering! Prepare to be amazed by the photographic genius of Neil Grocholski and revel in the first part of our Gerald Mendez how to… whatever your taste there is plenty to keep you occupied!
Issue #74 is a Helmet art special, which showcases the work of artists all over the globe. Our cover artist, Centaur Custom Paint, comes from Thailand and teaches us about the love Thai people have for kustom kulture. We also have great ‘How-To’ sections from our resident legend, Steve Chaszeyka and an extra special feature from Createx Colours.
Issue #73 showcases the work of our cover artist Nick Lee from Counts Kustoms. We also have great ‘How-To’ articles from Gerald Mendez, and John Silverfox Hayes. Seth Jensen also shows us his Sharpie side. We have returning featured artist Alex Hamilton showing off his latest artwork and revealing the tools he uses to create his Pinstriping masterpieces. We have all this and so much more – don’t miss out on your copy today.
Issue #72 Fabulous 12th Anniversary edition is packed full of inspirational art and artists, how to from Steve Chaszeyka for aspiring pinstripers, with a multi media Fridge project from Matt Beckner with airbrushing and pinstriping, plus the first part of the phenomenal Gerald Mendez Radiant Art. We take a look at the auto art of John Rowley, Andy Saunders’ latest kustom vehicle, and investigate some rotten apples! All this and so much more
Issue #71 is a superb celebration of female artists from around the world.