The Café Racer Magazine has a style of old design that was inspired by the original 59 club. Racer stripes and colors to represent speed with class were used in the cover. Café racers are known to be rebellious and defiant. The original club was created by a church in fact, which is ironic considering its rebellious elements.
One goal of this project was to showcase more female riders within the scene. While researching the café racer history, there was most male riders on all the articles. Although there were female riders during its development, many of them received so little praise. This new cover displays the Foxy Fuelers, an all-female riding group in Sydney. Type revolves around images like they are alive themselves. Elements of dotted lined strokes separate the header and body copy. The lines were inspired by the road and its signs and its markers.
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