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Lady on a Motorcycle Push Bubbler and Hand Pipe by Banjo

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$6,000.00 USD
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$6,000.00 USD

Banjo's "Bike Girl" push bubbler was created back in 2008. This amazing bubbler brings the body of a girl and bike together using amber purple tubing. The flow of this amazing bubbler starts at the seat, where the push bowl is located, then down the exhaust where it naturally percolates into the rear wheel bubbler, and then up the body of the bike girl to the mouthpiece. The carb is located just to the side of the wheel. Truly an amazing functional push bubbler by Banjo.


Banjo began making pipes back in 1995. His inspirations have always been Legos, Bluegrass music, his family, Alex Grey, robots, his mom, Allis Chalmers farm tractors, Lucio Bubacco, Barbara Brennan, H.R Giger, Syd Mead, Pushead, Randy Rhoads, Star Wars, Earl Scruggs, all manners of psychedelia, wook stuff, his dad, banjos and guitars, and old machinery. Banjo has created some of the most intricate pieces in the industry, from functional instruments to motorcycles and, of course, “throne goddesses.” His pieces will always be considered some of the most influential pieces in the glass community.

Details:

  • Length: 16"
  • Width: 5"
  • Height: 6"
  • Weight: 1.45 lbs.
  • Distance from base to joint: "
  • Bowl Style: push bowl
  • Percolator 1: natural
  • Color: amber purple
  • Boobie kickstand
  • Accent marks may vary
  • Dimensions may vary