Open Door: An Auto-Themed Workspace

Twin brothers and graphic designers Casey and Corey of Wilkinson Brothers shift into creative mode at this auto-themed workspace in downtown Carmel.

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Mural

The Wilkinson brothers painted it themselves, using an overhead projector to trace the outline on the wall.

Trinket

Casey fashioned this from an old mailbox and wagon wheels. “When I saw that shape, I immediately thought of the old Indy cars,” Casey (left) says.

Lights

The brothers made the industrial fixtures out of stainless-steel mixing bowls.

Antique

Casey’s father-in-law, an avid picker, found this ’50s Sunoco gas pump in Southern Indiana. “We think it could be cool to put root beer in there,” Corey (far right) says.

Table

A 1950s drafting desk they found on Craigslist for $75.

Helmets

They illustrated these vibrant designs for ICON Motosports in Portland, Oregon.

Workstation

The brothers salvaged this 1953 automobile from a scrapyard and turned it into the “Oldsmodesk,” complete with a working horn and lights.

Motorcycles

They often ride this Ural sidecar bike to  meetings. “It’s kind of like our company vehicle,” Corey says.

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