We have featured his work numerous times. So has Speedhunters. His Instagram feed is loaded with amazing work. One of his pieces sits with the 1:1 gems at JDM Legends.
Well, now filmmaker Ryan Neddeau has jumped into Luke’s world as well. This is enjoyable, and it is always cool to see how you talented customizers do what you do.
Enjoy the vid:
Luke’s Hotwheels from Ryan Neddeau on Vimeo.
7 Replies to “Inside of the world of customizer Luke Baumstark…”
“If it doesn't roll, it's not a Hot Wheels”. Yup. My customs must roll as well.
Can't believe I'm the first to comment on this! Just an excellent video. Been looking forward to it coming out since Luke posted a teaser on his IG page. The first time I was exposed to Luke's work was by coming across the article on Speedhunters. Was amazed then and am consistently impressed by his work. He just has a wonderful old-school style and impeccable attention to detail. Plus he seems to be a true gentleman. More than anything, he is an inspiration! Thanks again for the article.
Well shit, disregard the 'first' nonsense, as I took too long typing and got beat by 'ole Ralph up here. Lol
Great video–this guy is awesome. Always interesting to see the person behind work or a collection I admire–and in this case he does kick flips too. Keep it up man!
I love the justification of how he describes collecting as “..useless hoarding!..
That's frickin awesome!!!
This dude is cool and his work is also. Thank you very much for posting John.
Mine too!! All I do is wheel swaps, but my philosophy is they have to roll. I have a few that don't roll as smoothly as I'd like, but they still do!
Totally. Love this guy's passion and his style with selective cars.