The greatest thing about art is that it is limitless. Creativity is an amazing phenomenon that can be found whenever we open our eyes, but we certainly are thrilled when we look at beautiful pieces of art highlighting our topic of choice, motorbikes.
We handpicked 10 artists from around the globe that we found across the web for their diversity of styles, techniques, and focus. Each of them is one-of-a-kind and we bet you will be as delighted as us when glazing over their refined artworks.
Without realizing it, you may find new decor ideas for your home or new gift ideas for your loved ones. Some of those artists even commission pieces on request, so here is the perfect occasion to indulge yourself and get your hands on your dream motorbike on paper.
Kenji is one of the most renown motoring artists of this era, achieving recognition through his work for Honda and Yamaha. Still working full-time in his studio in Nagoya, he creates ultra-realistic paintings of iconic motorcycles and automobiles.
Tomas Pajdlhauser @captain_tom
Tomas is an artist and creative director living in Ottawa. In his free time, he enjoys taking motorcycle trips and sketches along the way, using a fountain pen and watercolor. He gets inspired by his travels and draws on location, capturing moments to make lasting memories.
Noémie Marmorat @gasoline_maab
Noémie is a French artist that turned her passion for motorcycles and automobiles into her job. Unlike most artists who use watercolor or oil painting, her unique drawing technique consists of a combination of Promarker felt pens, Posca markers, and colored pencils.
Makoto Endo @makoto_endo
Makoto from Niigata, Japan, has been involved with art his whole life. Now a full-time painter, he chose motorcycles as his main focus for his artwork and developed his signature technique, consisting of flinging Indian ink using bamboo chopsticks, on canvas.
Adi Gilbert @99seconds_studio
Adi is an illustrator and graphic designer based in the UK who works with both traditional and digital techniques to sketch vintage-inspired drawings around motorbikes and bicycles.
Claudia Liebenberg @claudia_liebenberg
Claudia, a self-taught South African artist, grew up around classic cars and motorcycles. When she started painting professionally, it was just natural to paint what she developed a love for as a kid. She uses watercolor and layering techniques to achieve her beautiful and detailed pieces.
Daniel Marshall @danmarshallart
Daniel is a prominent watercolor artist currently based in Denver whose inspiration comes mostly from coastal life. He dearly enjoys plein air painting and makes incredible pieces on classic motorcycles.
Brusco is an illustrator from Barcelona who’s always been linked to the motorcycle world. On top of doing illustrations, he also does sign painting, tattoo designs, and much more.
Drawing has always been part of Peter’s life. He eventually ended up working as an illustrator for the biggest automobile brands in the world and still contributes to projects to this day. His work today focuses on series of collector cards and prints.
Takashi Urashima @ein883
Takashi is a Buddy Custom Cycles staff based in Japan using a variety of tools such as pinstripe brushes and paints to paint on motorcycles. Additionally, he illustrates on paper with a watercolor pen and digital techniques.