This year at the convention we are taking a closer look at the art of pinstriping, with experts Nefarious. Based in Farnborough, Hampshire, these guys are the masters of what is an old school art form. Pinstriping as an artform is as old as the hills, more commonly associated with coachlining, barge painting and Romany waggons.
‘Modern’ pinstriping is attributed to characters like Tommy ‘The Greek’ Hrones, Dean Jeffries, Kenneth ‘Von Dutch’ Howard and Ed ‘Big Daddy’ Roth, and these days pinstriping can seen on everything from cars and bikes to handbags and guitars.
Nefarious will be joining us at the show at 3.30pm on both Saturday and Sunday with live workshops, including an introduction to pinstriping, the tools, paints and brushes to use, and creating a design.
See more at their website here, and don’t miss them at the show.