Pre-Order: Kawasaki KZ1000 Superbike Art Print
printed on larger, brighter stock--$78.21

New in the Soup store, a larger, brighter print: the incredible Kawasaki KZ1000 Superbike as ridden by Eddie Lawson. As close as art can get to real life? (Actual print does not come with the soup stamp we are forced to put on images now.)
image by seevert

We're pre-ordering a limited number of these again, if you didn't get one the last time.

We expect the prints to be in the US and shipping around March 21.

We have imported a very limited quantity of the larger Seevert art prints. These prints differ from the other art prints that we sell. They are:

  • Printed on larger stock. These prints measure 16.5 x 23.5 inches.

  • Brighter paper stock is used for these prints, which enhances the color and detail of the artist's work.

    There is perhaps no more legendary Superbike from the early 1980s than the 1982 Kawasaki KZ1000 S1. The distinctive lime green machines were renowned for their race and championship-winning performance, howling in-line four engine, wide handlebars, huge brakes and 'right there' suspension pieces.

    PRE-ORDER the Kawasaki KZ1000 Superbike Art Print art print, printed on larger, brighter paper for $78.21

    Buy the 16.5 x 23.5 Kawasaki KZ1000 Superbike Art Print art print, printed on larger, brighter paper here via PayPal. US Orders Only.

    The '82 Kawasaki Superbike won the Superbike championship the final season before Superbike rules mandated a change to smaller engines. It would be more than a decade before Superbikes again made as much horsepower as the 1982 Kawasaki Superbike. This model is, perhaps, the most 'anti-traction control' Superbike ever to exist. Seevert's new art print captures the vivid appearance of the Kawasaki Superbike. The intense detail of his work is, as usual, amazing.

    Note the incredible detail. You can count the welds in the braced swingarm in this image. (Sorry for the Soup stamp--current internet climate means we now have to brand all images. Illustration obviously does not have any of this photo branding.)
    image by seevert

    Note the detail in the oil level window, the zip-ties holding the side cover on and the shading on the Kerker exhaust. This attention to detail and light is why Seevert's work is featured in the Honda's Corporate Offices in Japan and the Honda museum at Suzuka in addition to the homes and offices of many discerning enthusiasts of his craft.

    All prints are shipped in a crush-proof tube, ready for framing.

    Limited Stock

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