/ 10 Jun 2015
We don’t often hear from an artist with such a clear understanding of how a love for cars started. Arthur Schening’s illustrations of great race cars are both detailed and compelling, and show a familiarity with race cars that could only have been forged at a young age. For Schening, it can all be traced back to seeing the movie Le Mans with his older brother.
By / 27 May 2015
It may seem strange to note that capturing an image of vehicles moving—be it on film or later, as art—is quite a difficult thing to do. For the Switzerland-based British freelance designer Andrew McGeachy, however, depicting some of racing’s greatest drivers, cars, and battles seems to be second nature.
/ 20 May 2015
You may know Cesar Pieri thanks to the limited-run Jaguar Concept 7, the beautiful blue F-Type that was given a haircut—including speedster windshield and single roll hoop bulge—to better connect it with historic Jaguar race cars. But did you know that he also makes some incredible art?
/ 19 May 2015
Christopher “Chris” Burden, who passed away last week, was a pioneering artist who emerged at the forefront of the art world for his early work in performance art. During a time period when performance and conceptual art seemed overly trivial and increasingly irrelevant, Burden’s work was a break with tradition because of the involvement from the artist himself. Here are some of our favourite pieces from his career.
By / 6 May 2015
You may recognize the name TJ Grewal from our coverage of the Targa California, as he was our official photographer at that event a short time ago. When he’s not taking stunning photos of cars, he’s working on various art and illustration projects—including his latest shown here of the Plymouth SuperBird. Here’s how to get one for your wall.
/ 30 Apr 2015
With a day job illustrating many of the world’s finest machines for some of the world’s finest automotive publications, including Top Gear UK, Racer, and Turbo, Portugal’s oldest monthly car magazine, you’re probably already familiar with Ricardo Santos’ work. An artist by day, what does he work on in his free time? Some of the most beautiful automotive illustrations we’ve seen.
/ 8 Apr 2015
Kansas City-based designer, Tony Pierce, may have a day job in television but that hasn’t stopped him from devoting free time to illustrate some of the most iconic vehicles ever raced. In a new series of signed and numbered prints, Pierce examines three of the most important Porsche 917s. But which three?