Pinup girls and hot rods, tonight on 22nd Street

Here’s the deal:

In the glorious, annual tradition of the hot rod pin-up girl calendar, AUTOCULT, a new magazine that preserves and promotes the American custom automotive culture, put together twelve  months of a few of the most iconic custom cars with beautiful women in front of some of the most talented photographers of our generation.

To celebrate the launch, AUTOCULT is hosting a release party at the Pretty Pretty Collective on Saturday, Jan. 12 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., complete with $2 PBRs, records spun by Dirty  Donny and Big Nate, San Francisco’s original Derby Jackets for sale, hot rods parked out front and a few of the hot girls featured in the calendar inside. Calendars will be available for  purchase at a show-only price of $20 during the event only (regularly $30, shipped).

And here’s a making-of video (for further “info”):

5 Responses to “Pinup girls and hot rods, tonight on 22nd Street”

  1. scum says:

    Finally, something I can get behind. If you know what I mean.

  2. nofishtoday says:

    Seriously, right during the niner’s game? They should know better.

  3. Apple hasn’t announced anything yet but it’s clear that WWDC will be about products not called iPhone. iOS 9, iOS 8.4, a new Apple TV, and a new Apple Music streaming service are all but confirmed for Apple’s June 8th keynote and there’s virtually no chance that we’ll see the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus arrive there.