Ferrari 250 GTO by Unique & Limited

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Unique & Limited is a company that chooses exceptional moments from racing history, and painstakingly recreates them. These images are all from their series on the iconic Ferrari 250 GTO – a successful racer from the early 1960s that’s now the most expensive car in history, selling for $38,115,000 USD in a private transaction. The…

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Original “Alcohol Is Poison” Prohibition Poster

Original %22Alcohol Is Poison%22 Prohibition Poster

This original 1930s-era “Alcohol Is Poison” prohibition poster has been remarkably well preserved and is now framed under UV plexiglass for protection. Including its black wooden frame it measures in at 28.5″ high by 20.5″ wide, and it comes with a discreet wire fitted on the back for hanging. Prohibition was a nationwide ban on…

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The Helmet Art Of Hello Cousteau

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This collection of helmet art is the work of Nuno Henriques and his boutique brand Hello Cousteau. Nuno is an accomplished interior designer and avid motorcyclist who discovered that he couldn’t find a helmet design that he really liked – everything was either way too modern and garish, or too retro. Nuno began applying his own…

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Jakob Kähler’s Double Exposures

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Jakob Kähler is a photograper who specialises in a now all but unknown format – double exposed film. He uses traditional film cameras to capture an initial image of a subject, then rewinds the film one frame while keeping the previous shot in mind, he then lines up a second shot to layer over the first. Kähler tends…

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Automotive Art: After The Race

After The Race Hero Image

After The Race is a Belgian project that takes iconic car parts, like Porsche 911 hoods, and turns them into canvases displaying the racing livery and battle scars from a hard life on fast circuits. The project is run by Jean-Denis Claessens and artist Edmond “Pogo” Thornnard, the former of which is a gentleman racer…

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Rear View Prints

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Rear View Prints is the work of Patrick Redmond, a VFX Artist from Ireland who’s worked on a huge array of films including Disney’s The Jungle Book and the upcoming Star Trek film. When not creating cinematic magic Patrick is a car guy just like the rest of us, and he likes to create art…

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Original On Any Sunday Promotional Poster

On Any Sunday Promotional Poster

On Any Sunday might just be the most important motorcycle documentary ever made, it was released in 1971 to critical acclaim and Steve McQueen provided some of the funding for it through his production company Solar Productions. Directed by Bruce Brown, On Any Sunday focussed on a broad range of different motorcycle genres, showing the…

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Twin Spark Off Road Icon Posters

Twin Spark Posters

Twin Spark is a small printshop based in Bandung, Indonesia – and this is their first run of posters. The theme is off road icons, and it includes 4 silkscreened prints in total, including 2 Land Rovers, a Toyota FJ40, and a VW Thing. Each print costs $15 USD, they’re printed on Canson Montval paper (300…

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Auto Icon Screen Print Series

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Auto Icon Screen Print Series is a line of artworks by Jerome Daksiewicz featuring the front or rear outlines of some of the most important and iconic cars to ever take to the road. Each print measures in at 18″ x 24″ and they’re printed on Blacktop 100# Construction Cover by the French Paper Co….

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Alpine-Renault A110 Print

Alpine-Renault A110

The Alpine-Renault A110 is remembered by rally historians as one of the greats, it was built by Alpine in France using a range of Renault components including various Renault engines. Aside from its good-looks, the A110 was a handy performer, perhaps most famously it won the first World Rally Championship and a rare 1-2-3 in…

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The Clampersand

Clampersand

The Clampersand is a fully functioning clamp that doubles as a visual pun, making it a perfect addition to the garage, livingroom, or personal library if you’re a man of means. Designer Tony Ruth (aka Lunchbreath) first developed the Clampersand in an original Core77 comic, they’ve since gone on to become a favourite addition to…

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