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[[Image:LndsqdPinto.jpg|center|frame|400px|"Untitled" by Thomas Bremer (Color Theory, Acrylic)]]
 
[[Image:LndsqdPinto.jpg|center|frame|400px|"Untitled" by Thomas Bremer (Color Theory, Acrylic)]]
  
[[Image:Technicolor.JPG|center|frame|400px|"Evel on a Moped" by Rory Svekric (Spraypaint]]
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[[Image:BADTIMING.gif|center|frame|500px|"Bad Timing" by Bemor Halfwit]]
  
 
[[Category: Moped sightings|Art]]
 
[[Category: Moped sightings|Art]]

Revision as of 17:00, 9 June 2009

Like all other comparably grand subjects, such as Greek mythology and stories from the Bible, mopeds have inspired many artists in their work. Here we showcase the Michelangelos and Van Goghs of moped art.

"Vespa in Repose" by Ben Teegarden (pastel)
"Vespa Sunrise" by Ben Teegarden (pastel)
"If the Headlight Goes Out" by Pat Perry
"Mopeds Always Broke" by Pat Perry
"Untitled" by Thomas Bremer (Color Theory, Acrylic)
"Untitled" by Thomas Bremer (Color Theory, Acrylic)
"Evel on a Moped" by Rory Svekric (Spray paint)
"Bad Timing" by Bemor Halfwit