In David's words, "I saw The Bean're before I actually was introduced to him, and I remember thinking "WOW what a GREAT face for a painting someday!" "Bean're told me last year he was writing a book about his extensive travels and experiences around the world. I started dreaming up a concept that might reflect some of the novel situations that only the Bean could find himself in. I definitely wanted to portray this gypsy nomad from another time with some high drama and action. His signature top hat with the gaping Rattler head slung my timeline back a hundred years, and then it hit me. The old West, with the long tail coat gambler attire was perfect. An epic train robbery fit the bill, being chased by a posse with guns a blazin'. I then figured this would be a fine addition to my Sturgis collection as well as the whimsical book cover I was looking for. I am proud to present my 2012 Sturgis release " The Iron Horse Heist". His book "Bean're....Motorcycle Nomad" featuring my cover art will also be released in time for the rally this year."
Categories: Motorcycle art, Harley art, Sturgis art, Beanre art
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