Hamsters – Running Hard for 30

An original painting by Hamster, Eric Herrmann, to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the Hamsters.

I’ve been a Hamster for a number of years now, and have had this idea for awhile, but the 30th Anniversary seemed like the appropriate time. Most of you know my art & how I like to hide stuff within the painting. Well, this one has all kinds of hidden Hamster stuff.

I started with a beautifully polished 124 in a bike with the correct colors. A perfect representation of a “Hamster” bike. Two Hamsters are running on the open primary, kind of like a Hamster wheel, on steroids. One has a plate with a steak in one hand and a piston in the other. The other Hamster is running with a beer and some wrenches in his back pocket. One heading East, one heading West.
The front pulley, a 30 with a Hamster, and the dates 1978-2008. The rear pully, Hamsters USA, with a 78 tattoo. Hamsters USA is in the motor location of Made in USA. There are Hamsters on the end caps of the forward controls and the brake pedal. The Hamster, Mt. Rushmore logo is reflected in the oil filter and the forward control pivot. There is also a Hamster where the BDL Logo used to be. The founders names are in the top teeth of the belt. There’s a Hamster keychain & a Hamster hidden in the seat. The pattern used in the ground is all Hamster Heads which brings the grand total of Hamsters in this painting to over 325. So I hope you all enjoy some Hamster fine art.

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