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AutoandArt Journal

Catching up with Automotive Artist Barry Cleveland

Barry Cleveland is an artist who renders custom cars using digital imaging in his home studio in Pennsylvania. His passion for cars started in high school, continues today, and was fundamental in developing a proprietary technique he uses to create art of American classic cars.

Nacho Usual Volkswagen

Being a fan of cars is a multi-dimensional thing. It can be about any or all of numerous aspects of our four-wheeled friends. For some people, it’s the exterior or interior design. For others, the engineering, or the performance specs, or the customization. For still others, it’s about where you can go and what you can do with the freedom that a car can offer. And especially in the case of this last one, we’re only limited by our imaginations.

Twizy Renault Sport F1 - A Study in Design Identity Crisis

Part golf cart, part riding mower, part F1 car, this concept called the Twizy Renault Sport F1 shows us what can happen when you think WAY outside the box. This tiny electric car has among its embellishments a front splitter, racing slicks, and a rear wing.

Getting Road Trip Ready

The days are getting longer and warmer, the kids are out of school (or soon will be), and the open road is calling. You know what that means - time for a road trip.

Lamborghini Veneno: Art in Motion

If you were to design a military spacecraft for an unfriendly alien world, you could do worse than to base it on the new Lamborghini.

Catching up with Automotive Artist Adam Icenogle

In our continued pursuit of all things automotive art, we recently caught up with automotive artist Adam Icenogle to talk a little bit about his work, his inspiration, and his influences.

USPS Releases Muscle Car Stamps and Prints Series by Tom Fritz

The USPS is at it again.  No, we're not talking about their shipping habits.  This time they're doing a run of custom, limited-edition automotive artwork available as stamps and collectibles.

Spring Clean-Up - Fixing What Winter Ruined

The holidays have passed, and spring is just around the corner.  As the snow begins to melt and we stroll into a wet spring, we usually realize that the fender bender on the icy roads this year looks a whole lot worse without the winter dirt and grime covering it up.  Before deciding to purchase any replacement parts, there are a four things you should consider.