Smudger is a Birmingham, England based graphic artist and photographer. And he was (is?) a mod from the revival period in the 70s. He sells both prints of photos from that era as well as his artwork that’s inspired by scooters and mod culture. You can order the art in several formats (even greeting cards) and it’s all reasonably priced.
Artist AlÃ©ce Birnbach puts a lot of scooters in her work. Her images appear on everything from napkins to wall prints and can be found at many of the major discount chains like Target and Walmart.
Thanks to Terri for this find!
Peggy Jane is a character created by artist Maggie Mattioni. She is a mod scooter girl with a properly surly mod scooterist boyfriend. You can order everything from cards, art prints, shirts, bags and other accessories in the price range of Â£10-15.
Thanks to Julie G. for this find!
Dublin based artist (and fellow ScooterSwagger) Brian Gallagher wanted to let us know about his very cool scooter art available for sale on line. Prices range from 20 euro for mouse pads, 30 euro for prints and a very reasonable 85 euro for painted canvases.
Apparently I donâ€™t know my scooters well enough to tell you which models these are but I can identify them as â€œgorgeous.â€ They each measure approximately 32″ high and 26″ wide and are $150 each, framed.
Thanks to Super Swagerista Julie G. for this find!