Holy Mackerel. This guy wanted to up the game of his boxy old Volvo, so naturally he covered it in animatronic singing and dancing lobsters and Big Mouth Billy Bass fish – as any of us would have done.
Don’t be shell-shocked when you see this Lobster motorcycle customized by leather artist Timothee “Timo” Richard. Tino is clearly the master and not an a-prawn-tice. Sorry. The leather work alone cost $6,000, and that’s not counting the bike itself.
Like your seafood fresh? Then it doesn’t get any fresher than the ‘Submarine Catcher’, which is basically a claw machine where you’re supposed to literally catch the lobster of your dreams. This isn’t the only brand of lobster claw machines in town, since there’s also another one that goes by ‘Lobster Zone.’
In this day and age where virtually anything and everything is being turned into phone cases, it was only a matter of time before we saw a couple inspired by a lot of people’s favorite seafood: lobsters.
Lobster is a big deal up in Maine where they catch a bunch of the gross looking critters and then ship them all around the country for folks to boil up and eat. Maine also apparently cans lots of lobster too and the shells left over from that canning are generally tossed in the trash.