Indian FTR 1200 Artist Series Tank Covers UnveiledIf you would like to give your 2019 Indian FTR 1200 a custom look, without the cost of a custom paint job, the FTR 1200 Artist Series tank covers from Indian might be exactly what you’re looking for. Although they are called tank covers, they actually fit over the airbox cover, as the fuel tank is under the seat. The covers also fit the FTR 1200 S.If you see something you like, don’t dawdle. There are five designs by five renown artists, but only 100 examples of each tank cover are available. Each FTR 1200 Artist Series tank cover will run you $699 and are not available at every Indian Motorcycle dealer.
Risk. With the name Risk, you can expect that this artist has not always been on the right side of the law. His early work in the 1980s included graffitiing freight trains, billboards, limos, and private jets. More recently, Risk concentrates on artwork shows in museums and galleries, as well as the Third Rail clothing brand. Risk studied fine art at USC and attended Pasadena Art Institute. Risk’s colorful entry in the series, A New Day, highlights his name, butterflies, and bright colors.ThankYouX. A Los Angeles street artist initially inspired by Andy Warhol 10 years ago, ThankYouX is known for his stencil work. In addition to street art, ThankYouX creates abstract art on traditional canvases, as well as sculptures and urban murals. ThankYouX continues his abstract work on the Indian FTR 1200 tank cover, which has the ambiguous name, Meant To Tell You.Adam Turman. Screen printing is Turman’s tour de force. With 1980s comics and art as an early influence, Turman turned professional in 2003. A commercial artist, Turman was worked with Red Bull, Hormel, X Games, Sierra Nevada Brewing, and unexpectedly, Fidelity Investments. Rising From The Ashes is Turman’s contribution to the Indian FTR 1200 tank cover series, with skulls, flames, feathers, and a bird of prey figuring prominently in the design.