Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Lowside Magazine Unleashes Issue #11, Buy It Now

Constantly we hear about the death of print, when it comes to graphic design and marketing. Yes, we agree that print is slowly disappearing and less quantity and quality of magazines are able to stand the test of time, but there are a select few that are making headway. 

Lowside Magazine out of Baltimore has been growing steadily over the last few years and their design style exudes a presence that speaks volumes. They don't try to hit you over the head and talk about their cool factor, they are making it happen with ease. It is a refreshing approach and the subtlety allows for the artistry within the machinery to scream, as loud as their pipes will allow. Congrats fellas on what looks to be another great issue. Can't wait to receive our copy in the mail.

Get your copy of Lowside Magazine Issue #11

Lowside Magazine releases Issue #11
"So you hold in your hands the new and improved Lowside Magazine. Pretty sweet right? I thought so too. One of the reasons we decided to switch formats was because people always seem to think the mag is free. Like they walk up to our table at events and pick up the mag, then look at us and say thanks as they walk away. So, to me, that always said that our mag seems like a free pamphlet or something.

So for your reading pleasure we are bumping up our content and mag quality so you have something a little bit more tangible to leave sitting on the back of your toilet. We hope you dig it because we’re putting twice the effort into it and giving you more bikes to drool over.

That being said, did you ever notice how awesome the movie Easy Rider is? It’s a super out there movie, but it’s really all about two dudes just riding. There's no club bullshit, no tough guy biker image stuff or anything like that. You actually see them fix stuff that breaks on the bikes. Its about as true to life as it gets. It was always my favorite movie from that era for that reason. I can see myself in their shoes, I can look back on past rides and feel the feelings that movie portrays.

You really get a positive feeling about a man and his bike, everything else is just a detail or story along the way. As cheesy as it sounds it really shows how free Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper’s characters are, and how the bikes give them that freedom. I mean of course they were running drugs, but that's really a small detail in the story. I guess what I’m trying to say is, Easy Rider rules, do your own thing and don’t get shot in the face by two hillbillies in a truck while you’re riding."


8.5" x 5.5"
100 pages
Matte coated cover
Glossy interior pages

Split Rocker Box Shovelhead paired with great design for a solid magazine cover

Clean Triumph featured in a clean and modern layout
Panhead featured in Lowside Magazine Issue #11