Dino 246 GT Wallpaper

Ferrari Dino

The Dino 246 GT was the first car built by Ferrari in significant quantities, it famously wore just the “Dino” badge as Enzo Ferrari didn’t want to dilute the brand by selling a “cheaper” car with his surname on the hood. Rumour has it that the driving force behind the development and release of the…

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Automotive Art by Andrew McGeachy

Jaguar D Type Le Mans

Andrew McGeachy is a native of Scotland who has lived in Switzerland for the past 24 years, his art is known for being emotive and highly effective at capturing the speed and chaos of vintage motor racing. These two canvases show two of the most historically significant racing circuits in the world – Monte Carlo…

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Seil Marschall Canoe Pack

Canvas Backpack

The Seil Marschall Canoe Pack had been made by the same German family-owned company, to the same specifications, since 1896. Each bag is made from 100% cotton canvas with saddle leather straps, copper rivets, brass hardware, a hemp drawstring and a buffalo horn stopper. The Seil Marschall motto is “Our best machines are our hands”…

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Automobile Art by Markus Haub

Ford GT40 Art

Markus Haub is an automotive designer, a photographer and an artist who’s work has been featured in some of Europe’s finest automotive museums – including the prestigious Cité de l’Automobile in Mulhouse, France. Markus’ work involves shooting original images before printing them out onto large canvasses and then painting in additional vibrance, colour and subtle…

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Handmade Copper Flask

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This handmade copper flask is made in the United States by a copper manufacturer founded almost 200 years ago in 1819, each flask is lined with tin (a process called hot-tinning) to protect the copper from corrosion from acidic fluids. The outside of the flask is left unmolested as pure copper – it won’t corrode…

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Hammered Pewter Tankard

Pewter Tankard

When it comes to vessels for drinking beer, this hammered pewter tankard is just about as classy as you’re ever likely to get. Men and women have been imbibing the amber nectar from pewter tankards for over 400 years, over the past few decades they stopped using lead in the smelting process – resulting in tankards…

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