Apocalyptic Vehicles By Jomar Machado

Jul 21, 2017

Category: Rides

If Mad Max had taken place on a distant galaxy rather than in the nuclear wastelands of planet earth – we’re pretty positive that the cars would look something like Jomar Machado’s Apocalyptic Vehicles.

A master of his craft, Machado embraced 3D design when it was still in its infancy. Back in the early 1990s, he was customizing his own computers in his off-time as an Art Director at the ad agency JW Thompson so he could have enough capacity to build out 3D renderings. Now, more than 20 years later, Machado is still mocking-up wild and zany ideas like this series from his personal website. Whether it be a flying Ford, Dodge, or Bentley – he has a real ability to produce images and shape that have a kind of depth and texture to them. If you like what you see here – be sure to check out all the work on his website. [H/T: Silodrome]

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