"In 95 I saw a rendering by Steve Stanford in Truckin’ and knew that’s what I wanted to do one day."
This Colorado-clipped ’94 Chevy Blazer rides on Kaotik 22s and is completely shaved, with
After seeing how good his neighbor’s Chevy Luv could look with all the right custom touches, Billy Fish became a custom truck fan at the age of five. Looking over his uncle Dan’s shoulder as he restored a classic Dodge pickup only served to cement his love of everything mechanical and led to auto body school and work in a custom shop. Billy was introduced to photography in 2005 and began dabbling with his own photos, creating renderings for his friends and family, getting better with each new challenge. Now, five years later, when he’s not working as a photographer and graphic designer, he’s designing renderings. In order to stay true to his art form, Billy uses photos he has shot himself whenever he can. His goal is to bring his customers’ dreams to life and make their build a little less complicated. If you’d like to contact Billy, check out his website at evilgeniuscustomdesigns.com or call him at (806) 854-0024.
“Duality” is a ’71 Ford That Billy hopes to start on soon. The slammed vintage crew cab du
Billy gave this Land Cruiser a set of Corbeau bucket seats along with a set of massive Dub
A set of black-trimmed Asanti wheels tuck under this body-dropped Escalade. The paint sche