Motorcycle Culture Inspired Pizza Cutters

is an artist and professor of jewelry and metalsmithing at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. In his website, he writes:

“My machined pizza cutters draw inspiration from chopper motorcycles that are built by people in a subculture that attempts to reclaim the mythology and economic usefulness of the American worker as patriarch. The outlaw as defiant nonconformist as well as social outcast is a parallel to being an artist who makes functional objects and an individual who takes pride in the power of labor, invention, and skill”. Hey, I could not say it better. Don’t rush to your local Bed Bath & Beyond. These pizza cutters are one-off and rich people who are always looking for a way to blow money supporting an artist will probably not slice any pizza with them. Like us, Frankie processes include machining, stamping, anodizing, and powder coating to create one of a kind functional objects. I declare him a full member of our custom motorcycle industry. See more of is art at .

4 Responses to “Motorcycle Culture Inspired Pizza Cutters”

  1. 1 Aug 25th, 2009 at 10:07 am

    Excellent!! Put SprocketWear right in front of their everday faces. Bravo! More of this!

    Oh – but Brooks Stevens (designer of toasters, washing machines, and the 1949 Hyrda-Glide front fender) would like to be here today!

  2. 2 No One Aug 25th, 2009 at 10:38 am

    I thought these where the debut of the 2010 AMD World Champion Bikes…. I can see the 2010 winner in the picture above ! Bbbbbwwwwhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

  3. 3 Rodent Aug 26th, 2009 at 11:07 am

    Can’t wait to see them at Wally-World

  4. 4 Aug 30th, 2009 at 7:53 am

    Very cool pieces.

    I would love to see a whole kitchen product line for those who love to cook as well!

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