Monday, November 21, 2016

Catching up with Motoholic Works



If you don't live under a rock and are on some social media this one account (Motoholic Works) has been popping up now and again with some brilliant Moto inspired illustrations and art. The first few times I saw there stuff I honestly attributed it to the many talented artists from other parts of the world. Until I started seeing stuff with Indian inspiration and that peaked my curiosity. So I send out a few messages and emails to figure out who is behind all this excellent work and this is what we got.

Motoholic Works is the brain child of Nidhi Agarwal and Kallol Mohanty. Both of them are motorcycle designers, and have worked with various International (BMW and Kawasaki to name a few) and Indian motorcycle brands and are currently working with Yamaha Motors, Japan. They work with various mediums ranging from water colour or black ink to digital art, from illustrations to concept art. 

The idea behind Motoholic Works was to create a place where they could bring art, design and motorcycles together. "Its about exploring motorcycle culture around the world and bring more awareness among the bikers through art. For this we are continuously coming up with various series. Our first series was 'The Ultimate Bucket List for Bikers', in which we explored various Moto-sports and rallies around the world." says Nidhi. Here is another one titled 'Life Behind Bars'.

"We are constantly trying to come up with original and creative content which also has some informative value. This is just the beginning and you can expect a lot more from our side in future." says Nidhi.

We at Helmet Stories love your stuff and cant wait to see what else you guys have up your sleeves.

Nidhi Agarwal and Kallol Mohanty of Motoholic Works


Their ongoing series is a fun way to encourage more people to wear helmet while riding. Very awesome stuff.
The idea behind the Kawasaki project was to develop new face for ZX10R, for future,  keeping in mind the Kawasaki racing DNA. Done in collaboration with with Kawasaki, Japan

BMW has been always looking into future scenarios to develop new advanced motorcycles, thus this project is a vision of future of touring in next 100 years. Done in collaboration with BMW Motorrad


You can get in touch with Motoholic Works on their Website, Instagram and Facebook