Multidisciplinary Artist, Author, Photographer and Director Lier's work is surreal, dramatic, and cinematic. Her work is about encouragement & passion, and manages to fascinate the viewer and thus to become part of the story.
Automotive Designer & Painter Pieri has been a professional automotive designer for many years. Currently he is the creative design manager at Jaguar’s Advanced Design Studio. Additionally, Pieri is a painter who uses the hoods of automobiles as his canvas.
Wood Sculptor Dennis Hoyt creates one of a kind life-like wooden cars. He is intrigued by the core or essence of the subject. His goal is to create his pieces in a way that they are so engaging that people will become part of the sculpture when they look at it.
Multi-faceted Artist & Automotive Designer Etienne Salome worked on the design of Bugatti Automobiles for 12 years. Now he has his own company: Salome Yachts and Design. While keeping his feet in the automotive industry.
Multi-faceted Artist Fredd Kustom is a retro futuristic artist, sculptor, and decorator. He has a futuristic, art-deco style with a touch of humor. He has a passion for the aesthetics of the 40’s and 50’s.
Photographer Ludwig’s work captures all the complexities that life has to offer. By combining strong composition, socioeconomic content and a journalistic style, he creates images that broaden the mind and touch the soul.
Photographer Withoos has a fascination for beauty, in all its aspects. His photography is set in a world of abundance and artifice. His work is multi-layered, with carefully staged images. He believes that: ‘the real world is nothing but your imagination’.
Painter Hendrik Mueller wants to express the beauty of automotive without showing all of it. He often only shows one part of the car. His paintings are often mistaken for photographs because of his perfect paintbrush technique.
Sculptor Ichwan Noor is known for his large-scale sculptures of hybrid human, animal, and technological forms. Noor focuses on the man-made. He modifies different vehicular components into new, simplified shapes, and challenges their original function.
Car Part Sculptor Corbett started as the owner of a motor wrecking business. Until he got the idea to weld together some car parts into a sculpture. People really liked it, so he continued to create these sculptures and sold them. Now he focusses full-time on his career as an artist.
Sculptor & Toy Designer Freeny blurs the lines between toy design, art, science, and teaching. Known for his anatomical character dissections, he uses his industrial design prototyping techniques to create hand made sculptures.
Painter Jose Parra was born into a family of artists. He started as an apprentice at his father’s studio, where he developed his own compositions. His style can be described as realistic, allegorical, and influenced by the deep baroque style from his childhood.
Painter Ferrigno’s love for sport cars started when he was only 10 and went to watch a F1 and sport cars Grand Prix with his father. His work is specifically known for the motion he shows in the paintings.
Photographer Katerina Plotnikova uses well-trained animals in her surreal photos. Her pictures possess a rich mysticism and have the most beautiful sceneries. She gets inspiration from her travels and nature.
Mixed Media Artist Leon van Opstal’s work expresses the emotions of the artist who seeks to solve the problems he encounters. Like the extinction of bees. His art depicts powerlessness, while he shows the ‘solutions’ to the problems in a playful way.
Technical Sculptor Heukeshoven gets his inspiration from travelling, his passion for ‘oldtimers’, and collecting found objects of all kinds. For his sculptures he uses weathered material which give the art the realism and mysticism which is usually found in junkyards.
Sculptor Maskull Lassere explores the unexpected potential of the everyday through allegories of subject, material, and utility. In his work he uses elements of nostalgia, accident, humor, and the macabre.
Automotive Photographer Furman photographs the world’s most significant cars in a studio. He creates portraits that express his subject’s historical and aesthetic importance. He presents the car from the perspective of the designers and engineers who created it.
Painter, Sculptor & Stone Lithographer Michael Parkes’ style is meticulous and in principle realistic. However, he often uses magical subjects with images that are derived from a variety of traditions.
Painter Nicola Wood gets the inspiration for her paintings from California culture. Cars are a critical element in her paintings. Wood especially loves the extraordinary tail fins of the 50’s and 60’s Automobiles.
Metal Sculptor & Glass Artist Grubb’s obsession with Hot Rods started at an early age. He is known for using hefty engines and aluminum in his builds. Grubb also build the ‘Tank Car’ which is owned by Jay Leno.
Painter Stanley Rose’s work is inspired by the relationship between automobile and man. His pictures, dense with details of fabrics, dripping paint and automobiles, give us an insight into the passions of this artist.
Sculptor, Designer & Painter Stanley Wanlass is famous for his automotive bronze sculptures. The artist wants to “leave something edifying, of significant beauty a tribute to the spirit, dignity, and excellence of man.”
Painter Tom Fritz’s paintings are a celebration of his memories and observations. His style is characterized by an honest, uncontrived approach to reality that is tempered with the soft edges of impressionism.