Funko will release a POP vinyl figure of MOTÖRHEAD legend Lemmy Kilmister in November, reported Bravewords.com. The figure stands 3 ¾ inches tall and comes in a window display box.
In the video below, Matt Sweeney sits down with Kilmister at the rocker’s favorite L.A. haunt, the Rainbow Bar & Grill, for one of the British legend’s final video interviews.
Lemmy lived and breathed rock’n’roll, but as his impact and influence on the genre and all of its wild offshoots – heavy metal, punk, rockabilly – makes clear, his legacy goes deeper than that; Lemmy WAS rock’n’roll, and a huge part of that was his never-say-die attitude and peerless musicianship.
Ever the gentleman, Lemmy sat down over a drink and a game of video poker to speak on his love for the the signature Rickenbacker bass guitar, auditioning for Hawkwind, his mother’s love for lap-steel, and how seeing the Beatles for the first time changed his life – and by extension, changed rock’n’roll forever.
Playing it safe and getting into a routine can be a creativity killer. Being forced out of your comfort zone to see through someone else’s eyes can be the very thing that breaks down creative boundaries.
As part of its Collabograms content series, Adobe challenged Ken Davis, a gold-leaf artist, and Klem, a tattoo master, to collaborate and create something awesome together. Turns out this unlikely duo shares a common love – Motörhead – which inspired an incredible tribute to their beloved idol Lemmy.