Motorsport art by Marijan Pecar shows a deep love for cars. His contemporary oil paint and watercolor paintings are realistic and highly detailed.
Major races have released event posters that are fairly arty. The Detroit Grand Prix has decided to feature Indy car art on their posters rather than photos.
The 2018 LeMans retro Porsche Pink Pig 911 is hotter than the 1971 Porsche 917/20 original! Artists Joel Clark and Last Corner celebrate the newest Pink Pig.
If you’ve attended the 12 Hours of Sebring, you have seen the motorsport art of Roger Warrick. He’s comfortable creating a realistic portrayal of race cars on track, caricatures of famous race cars or composite scenes of race drivers from various tracks.
The flame still burns bright in the heart of many fans for Team Lotus. Classic Team Lotus carries the torch for Team Lotus lovers and they have a great selection of merchandise to celebrate Lotus F1.
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.
The iconic Gulf colors are available via art, models, mugs, phone cases and much more. There are wonderful gifts for every budget and taste.
At first glance, you might think that Joel Clark’s artistic style is to use simple broad swaths of color. While that is true, upon closer examination you realize that the broad swaths are solid color vinyl. Yes, the kind used in wrapping cars, amongst other things.
The Porsche Pink Pig, also known as the 917/20, sported unique experimental aerodynamics developed with the French company SERA. It featured widened bodywork designed to give more downforce with better top speed. The car was ungainly to say the least. Some said it looked like a pig.
Motorsport art by Last Corner defines attractive and inexpensive motorsport art posters matching iconic race cars and the tracks that made them great.