Posts Tagged ‘magazine cover’

Cover Shoot: Johhny Marjanovic’s SR20-Powered Datsun Coupe


11 Jun

Our photo shoot on Johhny Marjanovic‘s SR20-powered Datsun coupe made the front cover of the new issue of Fast Fours & Rotaries magazine, which went on sale today! Be sure to check it out at a newsstand near you.

Fast Fours Anual 2015

Cover Cars: Holden Heroes Issue 4 On Sale Now


14 Jul

Holden Heroes issue 4

Holden Heroes Issue 4 features two Hosking Industries photo shoots on the front cover – The Chop Shop’s Summernats Grand Champ FB and Daniel Craft’s EH wagon! Check it out at your local newsagency now.

Cover Car: Robert Bisegna’s Mazda FD RX7 on Hot4s


12 Jun

Issue 249 of Hot4s magazine just hit newsstands today featuring our photo shoot on Robert Bisegna’s sleek FD RX7, as well as our shoot with the gorgeous Liz Kirkness. Stay tuned for more pics soon!

Hot4s magazine, issue 249

Steve Page’s FG Falcon in Street Fords Issue 122


05 May

We just got our hands on issue 122 of Street Fords magazine. It features our photo shoot on Steven Page’s FG Ford Falcon G6 sedan (pictured top right corner). Be sure to grab a copy when it goes on sale this week!

We’ll bring you some samples and wallpapers next week.

Street Fords magazine - Issue 122

Cover Shoot: Stefan’s Triumph on Retro Choppers


22 Jan

Retro Chopper - The Classic Collection

Our photo shoot on Stefan’s awesome Triumph bobber turned up on the new Retro Choppers magazine front cover last week. This issue also includes a few of our other photo shoots and you can download FREE desktop wallpapers of each of these crazy custom retro-styled bikes at the links below:

Nathan Moses’ 1950 Harley ShovelStefan Niceski’s 1954 Triumph
Evolution Custom Ind’s 1940 WL Harley

Front Cover: Classic Hot Rods Collection


19 Dec

hotrods_classic

Hosking Industries scored the front cover of Classic Hot Rods Collection magazine, as well as five of the 10 feature cars inside. It’s on sale now!

You can see the five vehicles featured and download FREE desktop wallpapers of each one by clicking the following links:

Scott Briggs’ 1932 Ford
Tony and Joseph Scro’s 1928 Ford
John Stevens’ 1932 Ford
Buddy Isaac’s 1932 Ford
Stuart Dunbar’s 1929 Ford