Randy Grubb: From Mind to Metal
Published on Jul 8, 2015
From mind to metal, automotive artist Randy Grubb turns his retro-futuristic fantasies into hard-polished reality in his Pacific Northwest garage.
Now you can see how this visionary artist designs and creates his ground-shaking rolling art. This one-hour program is the definitive look into the work of a master craftsman, rated one of the top fabricators in America by Hot Rod magazine.
The creator of Jay Leno’s Tank Car, the Indy Special, the B-702, and Piss’d Off Pete, Randy Grubb takes you behind the scenes of all of his builds of the last five years: the DecoLiner (which could have been Flash Gordon’s motor home); the DecoPods (Art Deco streamlined motor bikes with doors); the sleek Decoson (based on a Harley-Davidson Sportster); the DecoHelmet (the ultimate accessory for the DecoPods); Bob “Rocket Man” Maddox’s outlandish Pulse Jet Lakester; and Tim “Frogman” Cotterill’s wild quad, the Rocket 3.
As seen in Hot Rod, Street Rodder, Quick Throttle, Ol’ Skool Rodz, Car Kulture Deluxe, Southern Oregon Magazine, and on Jay Leno’s Garage as well as on German and Austrian TV, Randy’s rolling sculpture has also appeared on Web sites as far afield as England, Germany, Poland, Finland, Australia, and Vietnam. Randy Grubb is known worldwide as a supreme builder of extreme machines.
I am so glad my friend Joe Robinson turned me on to Randy Grubb. This guy is just over-the-top cool!