Ever wonder what your favorite local fast-food chains would look like in motorcycle form?
On Wednesday, graphic artist Hani Perez shared his Jollibee, Mcdonald’s, and KFC-themed concepts on the Facebook page of his design business DCURV, saying, “It tickled my imagination (and) made me hungry.”
Check it out:
The post has already garnered 140 shares as of this writing.
According to Perez, the idea was actually derived from a previous composition. Last week, he came up with a food delivery-themed set in Foodpanda, GrabFood, and hybrid (dual-service) colors.
His most popular work, though, is a series of Avengers custom bikes featuring Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, and Hulk—it was shared 258 times, with a hundred reactions.
He also did two versions of the RX-78-2 Gundam and one of the Air Jordan 1.
Cake and law enforcement editions, anyone?
Perez, who has been in the design industry for more than two decades now, started riding motorcycles when he was young. He owns a Honda ADV 150, hence his model of choice, but also revealed that there have been requests for him to do Honda Click and Yamaha NMax versions next.
On the thought of a motorcycle brand or food company bringing his customs to life, he said, “That would be awesome. Most of the color concepts on my page are free of use (except for the Taupe/Dry-Mud). A Mcdonald’s manager from Pagadian has already expressed interest.”