Among the family of BMW bikes, the K100 isn't typically the one chosen for custom work. Known more for its bulk, length, and limited bodywork, the motorcycle often is often last on anyone's wish list. But, these qualities are exactly what drew Munich lawyer and photographer Philipp Wulk to the bike, working with a team of artists, metalworkers, and mechanics to create two custom builds, each with their own new lean, bespoke subframes and nubuck leather saddles. In the end, the gray model was coated in polygons while the gold was wrapped in paint and collages. Work was finished with subtle controls, hidden wiring, and hand-made exhausts. See more angles of both bikes below and reach out to Wulk to celebrate him on his two new toys.