The Kustom Kulture Adventure


Flake & Flames selected for The Newport Beach Film Festival 2014

Flake & Flames – Kustom Kulture Film has been selected for the The Newport Beach Film Festival in California this April!
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Flake & Flames in El Diablo Magazine

El Diablo Magazine #01 from Spain features Flake & Flames on 16-pages! Please support this excellent magazine and get your copy for 10 Euros + shipping at


Flake & Flames is featured on 4-pages in Old Kool Magazine from Finland! Published by master pinstriper Pekka Mannermaa! Great mag! Get your copy at:


Flake & Flames at the Retro Rewind Dubuque Film Fest

1412308_649270415111912_2957612_oFlake & Flames will be shown at the Retro Rewind Dubuque Film Fest in Iowa/USA on the 11.1.2014! All for the gearhead or kustom culture lover – check it out at the Five Flags Theater – adjoined to the Five Flags Arena!


Flake & Flames Review in Raydar Magazine #5

Flake & Flames is featured in Raydar Magazine #5!
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“Flake and Flames is a little bit like being invited round to your idols’ houses for a snoop around, and a ride in their awesome car. And their houses are full of some pretty cool crap!

Dirk and Jesper obviously had a lot of fun making this film, travelling all over to meet some very talented artists and fabricators. Watching the film you feel a bit like you are with them on that journey. Ever wanted to spend the day hanging out with Frank Kozik and Dirty Donny in San Francisco? You can by watching this film! Get a sneak peak inside their homes, watch Dirty Donny at work, and thrill as he pisses off his neighbours doing burnouts in the street! […]

After I watched this film I felt really inspired, and a little bit warm and fuzzy. The cinematography is fantastic, the surf and garage soundtrack fits perfectly and the art and cars are a visual (and oral) treat! And if you have even an ounce of creativity in your body I guarantee that after watching this you will want to pick up a paintbrush or bury yourself in the garage! […]

This is a great film for both viewers who are part of this world, and those who are new to the scene!”
Review by Kate Clumsy