It’s a wrap!

The last six days has been the most craziest, insane and fun time I’ve had in a while. Two main photographers from Cali, add in 14 cars, five days, TX2K14, HIN, Anime Matsuri, homosexual tendencies, and a shit ton of coffee and you have one hell of a week.

Here’s a few photos for a preview!

Need more light? No problem. Every photographer has an LED light on their smartphone.

The infamous Patrick Lauder, aka Quickworks Photo, visualizing a shot.

Linhbergh setting up his gear/plank to capture Khiem's dirty ass FD

Karissa Hosek premixing her single turbo FD. She didn't know I was taking a photo

Robert Lopez and John Zhang, aka 1013mm, know their light bitch roles for Paul Morgan's S2k

Linhbergh, JZ, and Mikey sharing dim sum, STD's and laughs.

We don't condone rape. And technically this isn't because he was willing.

MUCH more to come!

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Ricer X

Event Coverage/Lifestyle: Wek’Fest Los Angeles! Part 1.

Back earlier this year, Joy and I ventured out to San Francisco, CA for two reasons. One, to check out one of the best shows on the west coast, and two, to reunite with my Mayday brethren as we destroyed hotel rooms and shot glasses while celebrating good times.

These dudes are too cute


Oh that Nate Hassler...

Three subies, six boobies

Courtney + Joy = Nobody is safe

It’s All In The Details: Shannon Kobashigawa’s AE86 Levin Coupe.

There’s a lot of things that are disappointing in life. Missing out on that job opening you had your eye on, finding out that the girl you have a crush on now has a boyfriend, even pouring cereal in a bowl in the early morning only to find out you don’t have any milk (put some water on it) are definitely a few examples of being disappointed. We’ve all been there. But one thing that really annoys me are internet cars or “e-famous” cars that disappoint you when you actually see them in person. I won’t name any specific cars, but if you’ve ever seen cars online and said to yourself “damn! That’s so clean!” and then saw that same car at a meet and didn’t see all of the misaligned body panels, curbed up wheels, missing interior pieces, then you know what I’m talking about. It’s all about the details that people seem to miss. I’ve experienced this too many times to count. Thankfully, Shannon Kobashigawa’s AE86 Corolla doesn’t disappoint.

Rise and shine! This Levin opens it's eyes to the cool morning Cali breeze

Sweet Geezuz, that's a sick 86

Shannon is a vampire, so you can understand his urgency to run from the sun as fast as he could.

"ever thrown a toothpick in a volcano?"