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Kustom Kulture
Kustom Kulture is a neologism used to describe the artworks, vehicles, hairstyles, and fashions of those who drove and built custom cars and motorcycles

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Kustom Kulture is a neologism used to describe the artworks, vehicles, hairstyles, and fashions of those who drove and built custom cars and motorcycles in the United States of America from the 1950s through today. It was born out of the hot rod culture of Southern California of the 1960s.[1]

In the early days of hot rodding, many fashions and styles developed. Over time, each of these distinct styles of customizing have blended and reshaped our everyday life. Artists such as Von Dutch (Kenny Howard), Robert Williams, and custom car builder Ed "Big Daddy" Roth; along with Lyle Fisk, Dean Jeffries; hot rod and lowrider customizers such as the Barris Brothers (Sam and George Barris);[2] along with numerous tattoo artists, automobile painters, and movies and television shows such as American Graffiti and The Munsters (The Munster Koach, DRAG-U-LA) have all helped to form what is known as Custom Culture.

Custom Culture is usually identified with the greasers of the 1950s, the drag racers of the 1960s, and the lowriders of the 1970s. Other subcultures that have had an influence on Custom Culture are the Skinheads, mods and rockers of the 1960s, the punk rockers of the 1970s, the metal and rockabilly music, along with the scooterboys of the 1980s, and psychobilly of the 1990s. Each separate culture has added their own customizations to the cars, their own fashions, influenced the music, and added their own ideas of what is cool, what is acceptable, and what is not. Everything from wild pinstriped paintjobs, to choptop Mercurys, to custom Harley-Davidson and Triumph motorcycles, to metal-flake and black primer paint jobs, along with music, cartoons, and monster movies have influenced what defines anyone and anything who is part of this automobile subculture.

In the 1990s and 2000s, Kustom Kulture had taken on a rebirth of American subcultures from the 1950s and 1960s with DIY activities. Each style is distinct, and has its roots in American automobile history. Many styles that would not have tolerated each other in the past now come together in large car shows.

Contents
  • 1 Kustom Graphics
  • 2 Sweden and Finland
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References
  • 5 Further reading
Kustom Graphics

The rebirth of Kustom Kulture has seen the use of the term “Kustom Graphics” to describe the style of artwork associated with the subculture when applied to posters, flyers, T-shirts and logos.[3]

Sweden and Finland Swedish hot rodders with a 1960s American car at Power Big Meet

Locals in these countries, influenced by American culture, have created a local hot rod culture which is vibrant in Sweden and Finland where enthusiasts gather at meetings such as Power Big Meet and clubs like Wheels and Wings in Varberg, Sweden have established themselves in Hot Rod culture. Since there is very little "vintage tin" the hot rods in Sweden are generally made with a home made chassis (usually a Model T or A replica), with a Jaguar (or Volvo 240) rear axle, a small block V8, and fiberglass tub, but some have been built using for instance a Volvo Duett chassis. Because the Swedish regulations required a crash test even for custom-built passenger cars between 1969 and 1982, the Duett option was preferred, since it was considered a rebodied Duett rather than a new vehicle.[4][5][6][7] Some 1950s and 1960s cars are also hot rodded, like Morris Minor, Ford Anglia, Volvo Amazon, Ford Cortina, '57 Chevy, to name but a few. These are known as custom cars (sometimes spelled Kustom).

See also Wikimedia Commons has media related to Kustom Kulture.
  • Kenny Howard (Von Dutch)
  • Ed Roth
  • Robert Williams
  • Custom car
  • Hot rod
  • Rat Fink
  • Rat rod
  • Biker cross
  • Lowbrow (art movement)
  • Raggare
  • Psychobilly
  • Rockabilly
References
  1. ^ Von Dutch; Ron Turner; Ed Roth; Robert Williams (1 November 1993). Custom Culture: Von Dutch, Ed "Big Daddy" Roth,Robert (Bob) Bond, Robert Williams and Others. Last Gasp. pp. 7–. ISBN 978-0-86719-405-0. Retrieved 15 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "George Barris with Batmobile: Photos". London: Daily Mail. 20 January 2013. 
  3. ^ Kustom Graphics. Korero Books. 2008. p. 7. ISBN 9780955339868. 
  4. ^
  5. ^
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  7. ^

Renegade Magazine's Custom Culture Circus - Renegade Magazine

Further reading
  • Kustom Graphics, Korero, 2008, ISBN 9780955339868
  • Kustom Kulture, Last Gasp, 2005, ISBN 978-0867194050
  • Dizzy Dictionary, The: A Lowbrow Guide to Custom Culture, Last Gasp, 2009, ISBN 978-0867197051
  • Kustom Graphics 2, Korero, 2010, ISBN 9780955833618
  • DeWitt, John. Cool Cars, High Art The Rise of Custom Culture. University Press of Mississippi. ISBN 1578064031. 
  • v
  • t
  • e
Kustom KultureKey figures
  • Kenneth Anger
  • Joe Bailon
  • George Barris
  • Pete Chapouris
  • Coop
  • Dick Dean
  • Rick Dobbertin
  • Ken Fenical (Posie)
  • Chip Foose
  • Blackie Gejeian
  • Norm Grabowski
  • Kenny Howard (Von Dutch)
  • Jim "Jake" Jacobs
  • Dean Jeffries
  • Dick Megugorac (Magoo)
  • Dean Moon
  • Ed Roth
  • Darryl Starbird
  • Larry Watson
  • Robert Williams (artist)
  • Indian Larry
Vehicles
  • Bobber (motorcycle)
  • Café racer
  • Cal Look
  • Chopper (motorcycle)
  • Custom car
  • Cutdown
  • Hot rod
  • Leadsled
  • Lowrider
  • Rat rod
  • Rat bike
  • Show car
  • T-bucket
  • Volksrod
  • Woodie
Culture
  • DIY ethic
  • Futurism
  • Greaser (subculture)
  • Lowbrow art
  • Midnight movies
  • Pin-up girls
  • Pop art
  • Punk subculture
  • Psychobilly
  • Raggare
  • Rockabilly
  • Surf culture
  • Surrealism
Media
  • American Graffiti
  • CK Deluxe
  • The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby
  • Ol' Skool Rodz
  • Rat Fink


De Kulture Works Hand Made Felt Hanging Showpiece Goat 2x4x3 (LWH) (Multicolour)
De Kulture Works Hand Made Felt Hanging Showpiece Goat 2x4x3 (LWH) (Multicolour)
This gorgeous 100% biodegradable handmade wool felt toys are perfect for children as they are soft, safe and full of character. Even cats' love them! Apart from contemporary workshops using a carding machine to fluff the wool, the entire felt making process is actually quite primitive. Our little-felt friends come in vibrant animal figures such as elephant, goat, and reindeer. These toys are a perfect precedent for the art of acceptance.

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Kustom Kulture: Von Dutch, Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, Robert Williams and Others
Kustom Kulture: Von Dutch, Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, Robert Williams and Others
Ed Roth and the late "Von Dutch" have had a growing following for the past 45 years. The word Pioneer doesn't even begin to describe the work these men have done over their groundbreaking careers. This book shows the best examples of both Roth and Dutch, and contains photos that we all thought were lost years ago. "Von Dutch" (a.k.a. Kenneth Howard) was a very underrated man, who was filled with talent and skills that would revel most of today's artists. This book is a tribute to these artists, allowing the reader to experience the "methods to his madness." This book is a treasure to the art of pinstriping and the "Kustom Kulture" movement.

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Ku Klux Kulture: America and the Klan in the 1920s
Ku Klux Kulture: America and the Klan in the 1920s
In popular understanding, the Ku Klux Klan is a hateful white supremacist organization. In Ku Klux Kulture, Felix Harcourt argues that in the 1920s the self-proclaimed Invisible Empire had an even wider significance as a cultural movement.Ku Klux Kulture reveals the extent to which the KKK participated in and penetrated popular American culture, reaching far beyond its paying membership to become part of modern American society. The Klan owned radio stations, newspapers, and sports teams, and its members created popular films, pulp novels, music, and more. Harcourt shows how the Klan’s racist and nativist ideology became subsumed in sunnier popular portrayals of heroic vigilantism. In the process he challenges prevailing depictions of the 1920s, which may be best understood not as the Jazz Age or the Age of Prohibition, but as the Age of the Klan. Ku Klux Kulture gives us an unsettling glimpse into the past, arguing that the Klan did not die so much as melt into America’s prevailing culture.

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Underground Kulture Shutter Shades / Novelty Fun Shades Red
Underground Kulture Shutter Shades  / Novelty Fun Shades Red
As made famous by Kanye West and featuring in his video "stronger" these shutter shades are great for clubbing, parties or general use. Stand out from the crowd!

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Kitchen Kulture Cork Coasters for Drinks, Set of 8, Round 4 inches, Absorbent, Protects Furniture, Pattern Designs: Fractal / Geometric/ Mandala, Bar Size, Eco Material, Perfect for Holidays
Kitchen Kulture Cork Coasters for Drinks, Set of 8, Round 4 inches, Absorbent, Protects Furniture, Pattern Designs: Fractal / Geometric/ Mandala, Bar Size, Eco Material, Perfect for Holidays
SIZE - round cork coaster with 4 inches in diameter, and 0.2 inches thick. Perfect size for all glasses and cups, cocktails, for any occasion. MATERIAL - natural eco cork material is the best choice for your kitchen and for the environment. It will protect your furniture from condensation from cold beverages, as well as, scratches and stains. Cork is absorbent, hypoallergic and reusable (sustainable) material. USE - it will perfectly fit in your kitchen area, the mini bar of the coffee table at lounge zone. STYLE - 4 beautiful unique MANDALA designs, with geometric patterns. Goew well with rustic, boho, modern, mid-century or loft interiors. Each present on 2 units, so you can match pairs. Set of 8 units in total. GIFT - set of 8 cork coasters comes in the nice white box, that makes it nice pretty gift option for your closest people, friends or colleagues.

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De Kulture Felt Pom Pom Garlands Set of 2 (Indigo, Pink and Purple)
De Kulture Felt Pom Pom Garlands Set of 2 (Indigo, Pink and Purple)
This gorgeous 100% biodegradable Garlands are made from high quality, durable wool and makes the perfect addition to your decor.It comes with 20 balls all strung together in space of 2 inches across Jute rope. Create a stunning look for your next party or social gathering with party decorations. Superbly crafted party decorative, it is perfect for weddings, Christmas, New Year, baby showers or any celebration!

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Car Kulture Deluxe
Car Kulture Deluxe
Car Kulture Deluxe contains photographs and features on hot rods, car clubs, music reviews, merchandise, event coverage, low-cost vehicle modifications, tattoos, letters, art, readers' rides, pin-ups, and more.

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Temple of Hiphop Kulture: Criminal-Justice from Darkness to Light [Vinyl]
Temple of Hiphop Kulture: Criminal-Justice from Darkness to Light [Vinyl]
Hip Hop From The 'Big Guns'

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