Style Your Garage 3D Prints

Apr 7, 2014

Category: Living

While you may never get to actually own a F1 car (or any of the other vehicles displayed on these prints for that matter), you may be able to fool your neighbors with these 3D garage door stickers.

Made by the German team at Style Your Garage, these high quality prints create the illusion of pretty much anything you want -from vehicles to vacations. Whether it’s something like a badass custom tool set next to a new Bimmer, or something a bit less unattainable like a massive dump truck, there’s literally something for everyone. Hell, there’s even a striper pole complete with female strippers – although we would only recommend those for the backyard garage/man cave that the rest of the neighborhood won’t be seeing on a daily basis. [Purchase]

Style Your Garage 3D Prints 2

Style Your Garage 3D Prints 3

Style Your Garage 3D Prints 4

Style Your Garage 3D Prints 5

Style Your Garage 3D Prints 6

Style Your Garage 3D Prints 7

Style Your Garage 3D Prints 8

More From Living

Christopher Cloos' Pampelonne Bourbon Glasses Are The Perfect Summer Style

A classic design that'll keep you looking great in the warmer months.

Posted By Chris West

Partner
Featured Image

Banksy Just Opened A One-Of-A-Kind Online Home Goods Store

An ultra-limited collection of items from the enigmatic artist.

Posted By

Oct 17, 2019

Featured Image

Prepare For A Mission To Mars With The Astroland Agency Experience

Farm, cook, exercise, and learn about cutting-edge technologies in Spain.

Posted By

Oct 14, 2019

Featured Image

This Fully-Featured Mercedes-Benz Camper Van Is A Surf Shack On Wheels

Mobile wave chasing base camp with a unique beachy interior.

Posted By

Oct 11, 2019

Featured Image

Kurt Cobain’s ‘In Utero’ Guitar & ‘Unplugged’ Sweater Are Up For Auction

Memorabilia from the late rock star's most famous moments.

Posted By

Oct 9, 2019

Featured Image

Bask In Luxury On The 7 Seas Aboard This Pair Of Opulent Superyachts

A 289-foot sailing vessel complemented by a 230-foot expedition ship.

Posted By

Oct 9, 2019