Friday, 11 March 2011

Max Power

Maxwell Paternoster is a nut case. I Love him. He's designed us a new Sideburn sweat shirt (the Zombie McQueen you can see on the merchandise page of SB#7). It went off to the printers today. Some wind-down at the end of a long day with a whiskey, or a ciggie. Or some TV. Maxwell does a doodle in his sketchbook; religiously every night. I was very honored that he showed them to me and James Chappell when we ended up at his vinegar stinking bedsit after the Stevie Gee party - to be fair, he did warn us beforehand. Apparently an olde boy told him to soak his BSA gearbox in a bucket of the stuff and then all the rust would fall off. As we went up the creaking stairs I joked "So I suppose you have lots of dry pickle jars then?" No joke. After a few tins they almost look like stacks of bruised eyeballs. Maxwell is a very talented artist. BPThis is a new one of the wall of death for Lowbrow Customs (one of our trusty US stockist).BSA rubbish bin stand.


Nick said...

Grrr, it's Gold Dust, Grrr rubbish indeed

Guy@GK said...

Is that bed tiny, or is Maxwell a giant?

Sideburn Magazine said...

Both Guy
the bed is actually normally for Cindy dolls, but it's the only one that would fit in the room without first being sawn in half.

Sideburn Magazine said...

you're a nut case too Nick

Nick said...

You've only just discovered? How do you think I've got this far, and who in there right mind would continue with rigid BSA frames?