Part of my "Abstracted Air" collection created for the Saratoga Automotive Museum's "Rare Air" exhibition. I believe it's the little design details of these exquisite machines that make them extra special. Take the steering wheel of this 1960 356B for example. Oh my word! The way the light reflects across the various surfaces highlighting the bright reds and shiny golds...makes me smile every time!
Now offered in limited edition, signed and numbered reproductions, our high quality prints beautifully capture the color, detail and finish of the original.
If you would like to request a specific sized reproduction please contact me for a quote. All reproductions are personally numbered and signed by the artist.
**20% of "Abstracted Air" proceeds will go directly to the Saratoga Automotive Museum.
MicroPrint options also available here.
CANVAS: (Limited run of 100) High quality Giclée canvas reproductions. Printed on a thick archival grade, poly-cotton blend, canvases are pH neutral to prevent yellowing and are designed to last for generations. The 12 high quality, vivid, pigment inks used in the process will replicate the largest color range possible to date and will resist fading for over 100 years. A gloss varnish is added to give our reproductions additional pop as well as scratch and abrasion resistance. Giclées are also embellished with a special gel coating to enhance depth and texture.
METAL: (Limited run of 50) Images on metal offer a vibrancy of color not seen in other types of reproductions. As a result of a patented sublimation process, the image is essentially “baked” into a polymer-coated sheet of aluminum using a combination of heat and pressure. The ink is turned into a gaseous state which bonds it to the polymer coating. The image becomes infused into the metal beneath a tough polymer coating making it uniquely durable, scratch resistant, and unaffected by water. Cleaning is as easy as wiping your print down with a microfiber or other soft cloth. Please note, however, that metal prints are meant to be displayed indoors. Direct sunlight will cause the colors in your print to fade over time, so make that you display your prints in a suitable place.