“Import Tuner” Shoot & I Might Get My Car Back?!… CHRNCLS Vlog 2021 #13

Yes, bald Joey is back for this very special, highly in-depth, look at my latest work for the Meguiar’s “Portrait of an Icon” series. The theme for this month is “The Furious 2000s” which obviously, is dedicated to the automotive culture during the 2000s. For me personally, I wanted a seamless transition from my 90s-era shoot to this one, which theoretically would have taken place in 2001-02. This was a very special time in the import scene because Import Tuner magazine and all of the insane cars they featured were all the rage. The Fast and The Furious had just come out so the import tuning community was still very much an underground thing. For the shoot, I wanted to pay homage to this period in time and re-create an Import Tuner magazine cover shoot. Luckily I had some great friends who were willing to help 🙂

If you follow me on Instagram, then you’ll have already seen the results from this shoot. Now you can take a look into my creative process and how we were able to execute this whole entire shoot from the very beginning. It’s a fun one and a rare glimpse into how something like this becomes a reality.

Oh yeah, I might just get my IS300 back in this episode as well! Maybe, just maybe it happens…but who really knows….

(Chronicles Vlog 2021 Episode 13)

Joey Lee (@stickydiljoe)
Ryan Der (@ryan.der)
Sean Stell (@seanstell)
Jenn Q (@llcooljennn

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1 comment

  1. Highly enjoyable episode.

    Just wanted to finally say your hard work and dedication to “the correct details” is not easy to find.

    Based on the times, its weird to say it hasn’t been this exciting in awhile at The Chronicles.

    It’s fair to say your work has gone through so many stages throughout the years, and even so each stage and time has its own unique delivery and charm.

    Wish there were more automotive artists who are as passionate and knowledgeable.

    Long time followers of your work can truly appreciate your work for what it has become and evolving.

    No Rival No Equal.

    Thanks everyone! 🙂

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