AquaPrint Solutions Transforms Harley Davidson Gas Tank into a Work Of Art for Poopy’s Pub & Grub

Last May 16, 2013, AquaPrint Solutions handed a used Harley Davidson gas tank back to Kevin “Poopy” Promenschenkel, owner of Poopy’s Pub & Grub after transforming it into a work of art.

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"Poopy" (left) and Jared Brewer (right) show off a new look to an old harley

I just wanted to make the tank a little more bad ass and not pay a ton for it. With this process, I saved time…I saved money…and I still got a bad ass bike. I’m really happy with the work they did over at AquaPrint Solutions.

Thomson, IL (PRWEB) June 19, 2013

AquaPrint Solutions in Thomson, IL is proud to present Kevin Promenschenkal of Poopy’s Pub & Grub with a newly-designed Harley Davidson motorcycle gas tank. A couple of weeks ago, Kevin approached Jared Brewer of AquaPrint Solutions with an idea of taking a split tank motorcycle that had been roughed up a little over the ages and transforming it into a work of art.

In October of 2012, AquaPrint Solutions gave Poopy’s Pub & Grub several toilet seats that had been dipped in a water transfer printer with unique designs. One of these designs was so popular, that even after a full month of use and abuse in the men’s restroom someone stole the used toilet seat that had a riveted metal pattern printed onto it.

Kevin “Poopy” thought to himself, if you can print a pattern onto a toilet seat, why not print it onto a motorcycle tank. He had a nice bike laying around that had been beat up a little over the years. He wanted a nice simple design that he could turn around quick and put up on display in his bar. After meeting with Jared Brewer and AquaPrint Solutions, they decided on applying a bright yellow base coat for the tank and layering a black patter with big skulls over top the yellow. Kevin thought this would give the bike the “pop” that it would need in order to get his customers to notice the bike.

“Everyone who owns a bike is looking for a way to set their bike apart from everyone else’s. I could have taken my bike to an artist to paint and clear but it would have taken a good deal of time, a lot of money, and a lot of the best artists are booked. This was easy. I brought my tank in looking beat up and a week later, I picked it up looking awesome," says Kevin “Poopy.” He goes on to say, “I just wanted to make the tank a little more bad ass and not pay a ton for it. With this process, I saved time…I saved money…and I still got a bad ass bike. I’m really happy with the work they did over at AquaPrint Solutions.”

For more information regarding water-transfer printing and what all AquaPrint Solutions can print as well as available patterns and previous project samples, go to: http://www.aquaprintsolutions.com/?utm_source=pr&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=pr052013.


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