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Espresso Bar Mozzino are currently exhibiting ten A3 prints taken from my Retrospective Scooters book in their Soho cafe at 74 Broadwick Street, just off Carnaby Street.
The displayed prints are mounted on a thin foam board and are available for sale individually at £45.00. If you're in or visiting London, call in to Espresso Bar Mozzino where prints can be reserved/purchased and collected at end of the exhibition. Alternatively prints can be ordered via my online shop or you can email me with your requirements at firstname.lastname@example.org
A few copies of the Retropsective Scooters book will also be at the bar available for sale/collection at the usual price of £29.50, otherwise they can again be ordered online - www.vespamore.bigcartel.com
Apologies for lack of posts on here of late - due to me taking a new job a couple of months ago and having to earn some real money rather than 'playing' at earning money..!
Above are a couple of nice shots taken by my cousin who recently visited Bangkok. A vespa fan and owner of a nice '60s tuned 150 Sprint, he enjoyed checking out the everyday workhorse Thai vespas; these two were taken in Bangkok's China Town.
I spent the train commute into London this morning reading Leonardo Lucarelli's epic account of his Balkans vespa journey on his classic silver Primavera, from his home in Northern Italy to Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
This is really well written; evoking the enjoyment, thrill and sense of adventure you get from touring and is visually enhanced with some great photographs. These were taken mainly by Valentino, Leonardo's travelling companion who was along for the ride, as well as his practical vespa knowledge. Some of the pair's highlights of the trip stem from the help and generosity afforded them by locals in moments of adversity, such as a broken carburettor manifold and seized piston rings. The roads and views look amazing and they also got to stay one night with a local family who share their dinner and give them a bed for the night - the kind of experiences money can't buy and remain with you long after ...
The July issue of Scootering is worth getting for this article alone.
The above shot is of a silver 125 Primavera I shot in central London a few years ago and like the one Leonardo and Valentino undertook their Balkans ride on.