The Twigologist’s Twig Motorcycle Art

Gary is Twig Factory’s master builder, and he shows it by creating intricate twig art of motorcycles. It’s such an undertaking, no two sculptures are the same. This video shows you both an American cruiser and a chopper.

First we have a sculpture called “The Chief.” Its imaginative detailing includes a stick shift, leaf springs and log gas tank. Birchbark keeps the headlight bright, while reversed birchbark simulates a leather seat. This motorcycle stands steady on a wide twig pedestal and twig tires.

A Classic American Cruiser—Twig Sculpture from TwigFactory

Classic American Cruiser—Twig Sculpture from TwigFactory


We also want to show you our Cobrahead Chopper. This sculpture’s face has fangs and eyes. The front fender has a skeletal look with twigs cut at perfect angles, just like spinal cord. Unlike the cruiser, this chopper’s seat is made of twigs. Similarly, it has the stick shift, log gas tank, and branch handlebars. It stands on its own style of pedestal and twig tires.

Cobrahead Chopper—Twig Sculpture from TwigFactory

Cobrahead Chopper—Twig Sculpture from TwigFactory


We are always building new twig sculptures, so visit our Motorcycle Art page to check for new additions. Don’t forget to contact us for the most up-to-date photos of our one-of-a-kind creations.

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