I came upon this Twitter feed while doing reference research for a model car project. What I found was easily the greatest racing car archive of all time.
Still more model car display techniques that explore larger displays, how to obtain them within budget and then mix model cars into the big picture of life.
We’re back with more fun models by Fine Work from Japan. These strangely stunted models are pretty good renditions of the race and street cars they portray.
You’ve probably seen many of the following Porsche racing posters which were seen at Porsche dealerships and on the garage walls of Porsche collectors.
Art teachers preach about “negative space”. That’s the space behind and around a subject and it’s a tool used in the motorsport art by Cale Funderburk.
It’s that time of year again. The racing seasons are winding down as is the year. It’s time for 2020 motorsport calendars for office, home or car cave.
Models by Frederic Suber are the workings of a true master. Model building on a higher level, belonging in the museum of model cars. Or a fine art museum.
The motorsport art by Simon Ward is reminiscent of that of Michael Turner’s. Realistic with a touch of style, Ward also delves into the contemporary on occasion.
We explored funny tees in a recent Gift Guide entry. This time we highlight designs by Andy Blackmore and Randy Owens. They’ll look great on any racing fan…or you!
If you are a fan of straight-ahead race car illustration, you’ll love the motorsport art by Paul Chenard. His art is highly accurate, with a style that pops the images of race cars out of the background.