When you see a hamburger driving on the road, don’t be too surprised. It is just a Harley Davidson dressed up to look like an exact replica of a hamburger created by Harry Sperl. Airbrush artist Chris Cruz helped to create the detailed paintwork on the burger, from the melting cheese fender to the ketchup bottle shock covers. It is complete with cheese, pickles, onions, lettuce and tomato, with a side of fries and a shake. The best part is a stereo which plays the sound of frying burgersas these custom Harley wheels drive down the freeway.
Bangkok-based artist Roongrojna Sangwongprisarn collects discarded car and bicycle parts and uses them to create elaborate Predator-inspired motorcycles that are actually drivable. We have no idea what bike this was initially, or how fast it is, but who needs speed when you’re riding a metal masterpiece like this, right? It’s hard to believe it was made exclusively from discarded metal parts…Shockingly cool, don’t you think? [source]