Domestic Wood Donned $15,000 Harley Davidson From Diederick Kraaijeveld

Art pieces or antiques cannot miss our vision. And the latest creation of a revolutionary piece of art is by Diederick Kraaijeveld that deserves a due amount of respect here. The self taught artist has developed this attention-grabbing artworks using domesticated wood. Popularly known as a Harley Davidson 1993 Softail Heritage, alias Cow-glide or Moo-glide as the singular edition motorbike comes layered with cowhides. Measuring 130 cm high and 110 cm wide, the model comes tinted with salvaged wood; found in dumpsters and other remote shores or derelict buildings. It is known to use one piece from a deserted farm in the California desert. Developed on-order for a biking tycoon based in Holland, a similar model can be yours if you are ready to spill over $15,000.

Courtesy Diederick Kraaijeveld!

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