Auto Icon Print Series by Jerome Daksiewicz

Feb 19, 2015

Category: Living

How well do you know cars? Can you recognize a 1953 Corvette when you see one? OK, but now, can you recognize that Vette when only seeing the front end? Test yourself with the Auto Icon print series from Nomo Design.

Artist Jerome Daksiewicz highlights the front ends of some classic vehicles to showcase just how much automotive design has drastically changed throughout the decades. You might be surprised at how much the size and arrangement of the grill and headlights can affect a car’s aesthetics and render it instantly recognizable. Daksiewicz is offering prints featuring BMWs, Fords, Porsches, or GM vehicles, though he says if this Kickstarter catches fire, he plans to add more. The prints are 18″x24″ serigraphs on 100# paper in each manufacturer’s brand color. [Purchase]

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