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"Cars are tools that can be used for good and also to harm" artist Cliff Elgin states. In his artworks cars are often potential weapons. Quite a different approach from the automotive artists interviewed before on this car art blog. Click to read the full story.

Old style shoot out by Cliff Elgin

Old style shoot out by Cliff Elgin

Comments | Posted in Automotive Artist Interviews By Marcel G. Haan

Why do you go away? Why do you travel? So that you can come back home and see home with new eyes. Coming back to where you started but not as the same person. Mo Faraz, a new name in automotive art, travelled to Europe to visit the roots of European cars like BMW. Click to read how this trip influenced him. An interview by Marcel Haan at CarArtSpot.

Mo Faraz Well Traveled

Comments | Posted in Automotive Artist Interviews By Marcel G. Haan

Remember the film Back to the Future? Of course you remember the classic DeLorean but did you know that another iconic car was also used? That car and many others are described in detail in a new book now reviewed by Marcel Haan at CarArtSpot.

Citroen The complete story DS

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Comments | Posted in Automotive Book Reviews By Marcel G. Haan
True artists are almost the only men who do their work for pleasure,” August Rodin once said. And that makes the craftsman at Rolls Royce and Bentley artists as well as author Peter Müller and collector Dr. Norbert Seeger. Twenty-five Rolls-Royce and Bentley cars from the Seeger Collection in Liechtenstein are being depicted in photographs and text by Seeger and Müller in a book called Motors Finest.
 
Do you know how much time it took the master craftsman to create this drinks cabinet? Click here to read the full book review.
Rolls-Royce-drinks-cabinet
Book: Motors Finest
Comments | Posted in Automotive Book Reviews By Marcel G. Haan
How a stunning 356 Porsche at sunset changed the live of a 13 year old boy. Well that is what started Alan Scott Greene his passion for cars and his desire to capture their beauty in an artwork.
 Alan Greene - Prince 1500 automotive art
Alan Scott Green _ Prince 1500  
 
Automotive artist Alan Greene speaks with Marcel Haan at CarArtSpot about his art, his passion and the techniques he is using. Click to continue reading.
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