Mechanic Renaissance Series by Freddy Fabris

Renaissance Mechanic Art

This fantastic series of images were created by veteran photographer Freddy Fabris. He wanted to capture the spirit of iconic Renaissance works and after coming across a garage in the American Midwest he was struck with an idea, and this series of photographs is the result. In the below two paragraphs, Freddy talks about the…

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American Look: A Populuxe Film

American Look

American Look is a film produced by Chevrolet Motors in 1958 as a look into the industrial design of the decade. It’s a surprisingly expansive film that covers far more than just automotive design, the glimpse it offers into the design and style of the 1950s is amongst the best I’ve seen. Those of you…

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Original 1969 Steve McQueen “Bullitt” Poster

Steve McQueen Bullitt Poster

American film critic and professor Emanuel Levy was quoted in 2003 as saying “Bullitt contains one of the most exciting car chases in film history, a sequence that revolutionized Hollywood’s standards”. At almost 11 minutes long the car chase is surprisingly long, and it dominates the viewer’s memory of the film so much that people sometimes…

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Ford Bronco by Keith Ogren

Ford Bronco by Keith Ogren Art

Keith Ogren is a painter, digital media artist, furniture designer and builder from Olympia, Washington. He began his art career at the age of five compulsively drawing buses, which is something many of us can probably relate to, and he now works out of The Bunker in San Luis Obispo. This Ford Bronco is one of…

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BMW Poster Series by Manual Designs

BMW CSL

Manual Designs is a boutique automotive poster company run by Christopher Holewski, each of the pieces is created from a stencil created by Holewski – and the back catalogue of German automaker BMW is one of his preferred muses. Each print from Manual Designs measures in at 20” x 16” and is printed on acid…

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The Art Of Michael Kagan

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Michael Kagan is an artist with a unique style that tends to appeal to people who are otherwise not particularly interested in art, especially those with an interest in engineering, machines and flight. In order to see the images in Kagan’s paintings you typically have to stand a few feet back from the canvas, if…

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The Great Race Tracks Of The World

Race Tracks Of The World Thumbnail

Of all the automotive posters you might choose to put on your garage wall, this is probably one of the most important. It shows almost all of the highest profile race tracks in the world to scale, using the iconic Isle of Man TT circuit as the outline. Each poster is printed on 185gsm semi-gloss…

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Fire Design Extinguishers

Fire Design Extinguishers

Fire Design is a French company that was founded by artist and product designer Rodolphe Gimenez, his goal is to create fire extinguishers that people actually want to put in their homes – only 5% of residential buildings have fire extinguishers installed, and study after study has shown that having an extinguisher on hand can…

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Monte Carlo Mini Poster

Monte Carlo Mini Poster

The iconic status of the Mini was forever set in stone when the little car won the 1964 Monte Carlo Rally. It was racing against far larger and more powerful cars but its lightweight, front wheel drive and go kart handling launched it to the front of the pack – where it stayed through rain,…

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Iconic Racing Car Posters by Arthur Schening

Porsche-910

Arthur Schening is an artist with a passion for vintage racing cars, we’ve featured his work on Silodrome before and it was hugely popular – probably because all of us can think of a few spaces on our walls that could benefit from having his work attached to it. Arthur creates and sells the prints…

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Skyline GT-R Hakosuka Tee

Skyline GT-R Hakosuka

Cars for a Cure is a clothing company that donates 20% of its revenue to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation®. It was founded by Mason Watson, a young car designer who tragically lost his mother to the disease in 2008. This t-shirt is the latest design from Cars for a Cure, it features the iconic…

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Rolls-Royce Spirit of Ecstasy Mascot

Rolls-Royce Phantom Spirit of Ecstasy Mascot

The iconic Spirit of Ecstasy mascot has been fitted to Rolls-Royce motor cars since 1911, prior to this the cars had no mascot fitted and so many owners took to installing their own. This frustrated Claude Johnson, then managing director of Rolls-Royce, who felt that many of these customer fitted mascots were inappropriate and unsuitable…

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