The son of a professional writer and amateur artist, David Mann was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, and raised in a creative environment, accompanying his father to art shows, museums and on painting expeditions. His father’s love of history and Western lore were imprinted on Mann as he developed a strong interest in Indian cultures and Western art.
A unifying thread of focus throughout Mann’s life has been his interest in Native Americans, horses, and art. As a child, he collected whatever Remington and Russell prints he could find, along with books illustrated by Will James, Paul Brown and Wesley Dennis. Mann has had the opportunity to live among the Apache, Navajo and Pueblo tribes, where he experienced firsthand the stories, dignity and cultural beauty of Indian life.
Mann’s paintings often portray moments in time, rather than historical events. Paying careful attention to detail accuracy in clothing, saddles and jewelry, he seeks to capture that personal moment of truth from his Native models and friends.
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‘Tijuana Jail Break’ commissioned by Ed Roth for ‘Choppers Magazine’ by David Mann, 1966.
Artist David Mann loved motorcycle culture and his paintings bring his own personal experiences as a member of the El Forastero Motorcycle Club to life. El Forastero members were notorious for large-scale drug running operations and theft rings whose number one target were motorcycles back in the mid-60s—and many of Mann’s paintings document club events like biker weddings and debaucherous parties fueled by booze and drugs. Mann’s father was an illustrator and a member of the prestigious Society of Scribes & Illuminators in London—one of the most highly regarded calligraphy organizations in the world, and it is clear that Mann inherited some of his father’s artistic genes.
Mann started sketching images of fast cars during high school in which would lead him to his first gig as a car pinstriper. After high school Mann set out for California where he fell in love with motorcycles—specifically Harleys and began what would become a lifelong love-affair with biker culture in which Mann would express himself in every way possible. Eventually Mann would land back in his native Kansas City and upon his return would purchase his first bike—a 1948 Harley-Davidson “Panhead” and painted his first biker-centric painting dubbed “Hollywood Run.” The painting would be among the entrants to an art show held at the Kansas City Custom Car Show in 1963 where it caught the eye of El Forastero founders Tom Fugle and Harlan “Tiny” Brower who in turn hipped the publisher of Choppers Magazine, Ed “Big Daddy” Roth—the fast car enthusiast and artist responsible for the revolting hot rod-loving vermin Rat Fink.
Roth immediately commissioned Mann to create a large number of posters for Choppers and the works would launch Mann’s career, which included a long relationship with another magazine that is synonymous with biker culture, Easyrider. That alliance would last nearly until the moment which Mann would sadly draw his last breath at the young age of 63 in 2004. If you dig what you see in this post you can purchase reproductions of Mann’s art here. Prints signed by Mann sell for hundreds and even thousands of dollars. Many of the badass posters that Mann created for Choppers Magazine included Roth’s name on the panel. Roth put his own copyright on the prints as they were commissioned works, but they were all done by Dave Mann.
‘The Blackboard Cafe,’ 1966.
‘Tecote Run,’ 1966.
‘Motorcycle Funeral,’ 1966.
‘Gas Stop,’ 1967.
‘Eulogy for Cannibal Willy,’ 1969.
‘El Forastero New Year’s Party,’ 1967.
‘Building a Chopper,’ 1967.
‘Born to Ride,’ 1967.
‘A Taste of Honey,’ 1968.
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David Mann (artist)
David Mann ((1940-09-10)September 10, 1940 — (2004-09-11)September 11, 2004) was a California graphic artist whose paintings celebrated biker culture, and choppers. Called "the biker world's artist-in-residence," his images are ubiquitous in biker clubhouses and garages, on motorcycle gas tanks, tattoos, and on T-shirts and other memorabilia associated with biker culture. Choppers have been built based on the bikes first imagined in a David Mann painting.
In the words of an anthropologist studying biker culture in New Zealand, "Mann’s paintings set ‘outlaw’ Harley chopper motorcycles against surreal backgrounds, and distorted skylines, colourful images that celebrated the chopper motorcycle and the freedom of the open road ... Many of his images captured the ‘Easyrider’ ethos – speed, the open road, long flowing hair – freedom." Most of his works were for the motorcycle industry, especially for motorcycle magazines.
A native of Kansas City, Missouri, Mann began drawing and painting at an early age. His first passion was custom cars and his first job was as an automobile painter. After High School, he left Kansas City and settled in California where he became interested in motorcycles. He became immersed in biker culture and motorcycles supplanted cars and pin-up girls in his artwork.
In 1963, Mann brought some of his artwork to the Kansas City Custom Car Show. There biker/artist Tom Fugle took an interest in his artwork, and with Mann's permission, showed a photo of the painting "Hollywood Run" to Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, an artist and custom car painter, who was then the publisher of one of the first custom motorcycle magazines, Choppers. Roth loved the painting and commissioned 10 (or as many as 14 or 20, according to different sources) original posters, which were made available in the back pages of Easyriders for many years. In 1965, Mann joined Fugle's El Forastero Motorcycle Club, becoming one of the founding members of the Kansas City Charter. In 1971 he answered an advertisement for a "motorcycle artist" in the back of a new motorcycle magazine called Easyriders.
After 1972 his artwork began appearing regularly in the magazine, and Mann's relationship with Easyriders would continue for the rest of his life. His art was reproduced as the magazine’s center spread beginning in 1973 and continued to be the publication's centerpiece until he was forced to retire in 2003 due to his failing health. A collection of Mann's work was published in 1993 and updated in 2004.
In 2004 Mann was inducted into the motorcycle Hall of Fame by artist Billy Lane.
Mann died a day after his 64th birthday. Just before his death a custom motorcycle was commissioned in his honor from Orange County Choppers, to be featured in an episode of the reality television series American Chopper. The "David Mann Bike" featured custom artwork in Mann's style, but Mann died before it was completed. The vehicle served as a posthumous tribute to the artist, and his work was featured on the show. The episode was dedicated to Mann as well as Indian Larry, who had died a month earlier.
His ashes were to be interred in the gas tank of a Harley Sportster XLCH painted in his trademark "David Mann Red." Mann is survived by his wife and three children.
The David Mann Chopper Fest is a custom motorcycle show themed after Mann's style and attitude. It has been held annually in Ventura, California since 2004.
One of Mann's frequent motifs was a motorcycle and its rider paired with a complementary or contrasting figure. The simplest form is the iconic image of two bikes on the road side by side, and out of this grew different permutations that spanned 30 years. There are three main variations.
The first is a biker alongside a kindred figure, such as a trucker or other archetypal, biker-sympathetic character, or else a biker shadowed by a ghostly, mythic figure from the past, such as a medieval knight, Wild West gunfighter or trapper. The two will have several matching clothing items, or have an identical facial appearance in order to ensure the viewer does not fail to appreciate that the biker is a modern incarnation of the mythic persona.
Secondly, the biker would be seen alongside a social antagonist, such as hostile but foolish police officers,square motorists, or an upper-class caricature of The Man who is irritated by his wife's, daughter's or son's obvious admiration for and longing to ride away with the biker.
The third variation has a female figure, sometimes supernatural and watching over the biker from the sky, perhaps looming in the rider's memories, or else a real woman motorcycle passenger or woman in the background watching the biker ride away.
Mann painted three works where women are shown riding. One has a male and a female rider side by side on a road, and another has two women riding side by side on trikes at night, both with nothing remarkable happening. Still another is a portrait of the Devil Dolls Motorcycle Club, the first all-female outlaw biker club in the United States, using the Golden Gate Bridge as a backdrop. In the other, a confused and frightened looking woman is shown attempting to ride a motorcycle, but she is out of control and being thrown off.
A subset of Mann's work, apart from these variations, is more surrealist and often leaves out choppers and bikers entirely. Instead, the motifs are usually skulls, flames, nude women and tattoos, often playing with the figurative image which is tattooed on the skin coming to life.
One of the messages contained in Mann's overall body of work is an unresolved tension between, on one side, the biker artist's (painter, chopper builder, performance artist) craving for attention and recognition for biker art and the biker lifestyle in the mainstream world of middle-class straights and squares; and, on the other side, a rejection of that very same world based on the biker preference for biker values over mainstream values, and the need to show the squares and their opinions have no power over the biker. The biker/artist is aloof, yet bristles when ignored or disparaged and seeks ways of getting the right kind of attention.
A further contrast is apparent in the repeated theme of the honor and nobility of the biker, depicting bikers as modern knights or similar mythic heroes, and the appearance of members of Mann's El Forastero Motorcycle Club in many of his paintings, a club whose members have been found guilty for the crimes motorcycle theft and for "transporting and distributing methamphetamine" after it was discovered the club members pooled money to buy narcotics at their organized events.
He is the eponym of an episode of Sacred Steel Bikes on Discovery Channel.
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- ^Lane. p 87. "David Mann was inducted into the motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2004, and he deserved it. That is a huge honor for him, and it is as much of an honor for me to have been asked to personally induct him. David told me that he is a fan of my work and that impressed me beyond words."
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Things to do in Cincinnati this week: Sept. 20-26 - The Cincinnati Enquirer The Cincinnati EnquirerThese Are the Art Shows and Events to See This Season - The New York Times The New York TimesDavid Mann: Before Our Eyes - Artsy ArtsyDavid Adjaye, Theaster Gates, Mariam Kamara, and Asif Khan Chosen to Design Liverpool Waterfront - Artforum ArtforumChopperfest showcases motorcycle art, culture - Ventura County Star Ventura County StarDavid Drafton, 18; service set | Obituaries | carolinacoastonlin__ - Carolinacoastonline CarolinacoastonlineDavid Mann | Art Auction Results - MutualAr__ MutualAr__REVIEW: 'BREAKDOWN' (1997) STARRING KURT RUSSELL; PARAMOUNT BLU-RAY SPECIAL EDITION - Cinema Retro Cinema RetroEvery Room in This New York Vacation Home Has a View of the Water - HouseBeautifu__ HouseBeautifu__Go inside the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles - LA Daily News LA Daily NewsWith the world at a crossroads, UCLA Arts' '10 Questions' series returns to ask, 'If not now, when?' | UCLA - UCLA Newsroom UCLA NewsroomLearn, reflect, and act during Climate Week | Penn Today - Penn Today Penn TodayGUY MANN-DUDE's Mannic Distortion Album To Be Reissued On Limited Edition CD; Includes Bonus Instrumental Tracks - braveword__ braveword__They Pooled Their Art to Create a Nest Egg. They Say It Was a Mistake. - The New York Times The New York TimesGenesis postpone four UK shows due to positive Covid-19 tests within band - Free Radio Free RadioHappenings — what’s coming up in Northeast Ohio starting Sept. 17 - News-Heral__ News-Heral__Tyler Perry’s Farewell Play Cast Talks Celebrating Black Culture Through Art - CinemaBlend CinemaBlendLights! Cameras! Action! Ten Unique Choppers at David Mann Chopperfest - Motorcycl__ Motorcycl__This fall, a visual whirl through history with portraits of humanity, starry nights, mini buildings - STLtoda__ STLtoda__The Kreeger Art Museum Reopens with “Traces” and More - The Zebra The ZebraCrowds flock to St. Peter's Art Show - CapeGazett__ CapeGazett__The Most In-Demand Artists on Artsy in 2020 - Artsy ArtsyTour Billionaire Pinault's New $194 Million Art Museum in Paris - Bloomberg BloombergWhere to buy affordable art online | Interiors | Property - Luxury London Luxury LondonWhat happens when a Banksy appears? - BBC News BBC NewsModern Men of Las Vegas - Vegas Magazine Vegas Magazine“You Can Never Have Too Many Animal Prints”: Inside 3.1 Phillip Lim CEO Wen Zhou's Eclectic Manhattan Townhouse - British Vogue British VogueAn Artist for the Dystopian Age - The New York Times The New York TimesAimee Mann on the Music That Made Her - Pitchfork PitchforkAmy Sillman's Philosophy of Doubt - friez__ friez__New owners at The Scores Hotel overlooking St Andrews lay plans for investment - Boutique Hotelier Boutique HotelierChopper Fest rumbles into Ventura County - Ventura County Star Ventura County StarThe Internet Demands Uplifting Videos. Dhar Mann Stages Them. 2' Turning 20 Launching An Indie Label In 1999 - Recording Academy | Grammys Recording Academy | GrammysA 21st-Century Approach to a 19th-Century Townhouse - The Wall Street Journal The Wall Street JournalManhunter at 35: Michael Mann's slippery, enduring masterpiece - Flickering Myth Flickering MythIt's Here: The ELLE DECOR A-List 2021 - Elle Decor Elle DecorWhat's coming up in Northeast Ohio starting Aug. 6 – News-Herald - Ohionewstim__ Ohionewstim__Today in the Culture, August 4, 2021: Union Drive at Art Institute | New Yorker on Kerry James Marshall | Michael Kornick Leaves DMK - Newcity NewcityLegacy exhibit shares 'Visions of the West' | Arts | jhnewsandguid__ - Jackson Hole News Guide Jackson Hole News GuideDigital-only artwork fetches nearly $70 million at Christie's - Yahoo Finance Yahoo FinanceColleen Blackard - 'From an early age I found it easier to communicate with gestures and pictures than with words' - Artspace ArtspacePete Townshend claims The Beatles copied The Who - Free Radio Free RadioArtist George Condo to Support New Concert Series, Scholarships, and Exhibitions at Bard College - Bard News Bard NewsPeople We Meet: Renée DeCarlo says The Drawing Room is here to stay - Mission Local Mission LocalSeattle Art Museum is open again. Here’s how the first day went - Seattle Times Seattle TimesPlan Your Vote: how artists are using their work to spread a vital message - The Guardian The GuardianKISS's Paul Stanley tests positive for Covid-19 - Free Radio Free RadioBinghamton Mayor Orders Immediate Crackdown on Illegal Fireworks - wnb__ wnb__DAVID BLUNKETT: Thank our permissive justice system for freeing Colin Pitchfork - Daily Mail Daily MailArchitects' art shortlisted in contest to rethink live-work spaces - Architect's Journal Architect's JournalWhat's coming up in Northeast Ohio starting July 23 – News-Herald - Ohionewstim__ Ohionewstim__'Invisible sculpture' by Italian artist sells for Rs 13.- Slate Magazine Slate Magazine
0_ America's classic vision of righteous rides and rowdy rallies returns on December 7th. Classic Easyriders magazine is back to .
1_ Director David Gordon Green confirms 'Halloween Kills' not only acknowledges the existence of sequels 'Halloween II' and 'III .
2_ Sara Davidmann, “Kinderfest I” (2018), chemigram made using a digital negative, printed with the artist’s blood, darkroom chemicals, and bleach (all images .
3_ Tamela Mann discusses her new album, going through menopause, learning to trust and why working with her husband is her greatest joy.
4_ the liverpool waterfront legacy. a star-studded team made up of david adjaye, mariam kamara, asif khan, and theaster gates .
5_ In some ways, Mann is James with a German accent: another sexually repressed artist who did not let himself behave as he wished. But James may not have allowed himself even the thought of sexual .
6_ (Sept. 24; Edition Records) — Russonello Poppy’s “Flux” captures an artist who works in between genres and moods.Credit.Burak Cingi/Redferns, via Getty Images DAVID SANFORD BIG BAND The .
7_ GIT Corp., a publishing company out of New York, today announced the on sale date for the first issue of the new Classic .
8_ Architects Asif Khan, Mariam Kamara and David Adjaye and artist Theaster Gates have been chosen to transform Liverpool's .
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