Andrey Trofimchuk has designed an SUV for Maserati. Good for him. Bear in mind, no one has asked him to do this. As far as I know, Russian designer Trofimchuk isn’t associated with the Italian company. Maserati has expressed no intention of using his design, or even producing an SUV at all. This is just something he did.
Roadsworth began creating his street art works in the fall of 2001 in Montreal. Peter Gibson, his real name, is a clever artist, invoking a man vs. nature theme to much of his art. He even showcases MC Escher-like images for pedestrians to enjoy. [ Continue Reading ]
Have you ever dreamt of driving a car that is only one of 500 in the entire World?
How about one that is hand built by a team of skilled craftsmen? Or even one that’s V10 engine is hand assembled by a single engineer, that bears his own signature and has it’s own special placard showing it’s sequence number among the 500 units to be built? [ Continue Reading ]
SEMA, which for those of you not in the know is a car convention aimed at tuners and customizers, recently unveiled the Ghepardo, a kind of amber Frankenstein with the body of a 2002 Camaro and the brain of a 2002 Corvette. It’s a beautiful little vehicle, like something Optimus Prime would keep around as an under-qualified, underdressed secretary, until you open it up and climb inside, at which point the interior is revealed as an aesthetic nightmare and the Transformers simile becomes astoundingly dirty. [ Continue Reading ]
Now I have never rode on a motorcycle. Scratch that. I have never even sat on one in a stand still position, so forget me ever having pondered about feeling the overpowering rumble between my thighs. They have always intimidated me. However, with this bad boy I might consider hopping on board. [ Continue Reading ]