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Monday, July 22, 2019

Unique classic car designs inspired by wildlife animals

It just fine and free, if everyone have a fantasy of wanting to have a super cool classic car. For some of us, these cars might be remind us of the past.

And then there's a Swiss artist named Frédéric Müller has the imagination and has advantages in realizing his dream in the form of works of art. In his latest series work titled 'Rides of the Wild' which consists of 8 images that illustrate some specifically designed classic cars.
A partially collection of eight images titled 'Rides of the Wild' by Frédéric Müller. (Compiled into one by EKA of the pictures taken from: http://bit.ly/2SsKL3G)
Yes, he combines his four imaginary classic car figures with 4 forms of wildlife animals. The four classic cars are 1963 Aston Martin DB5, 1967 Ford F-250, 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and 1977 Fiat 600S, which was later designed in such a way as to become a vehicle inspired by those 4 wildlife animals (hippos, lions, alligators and pandas) by using photography, computer-generated imagery (CGI), and 3D-visualisation technique.

Let's take a look at the following models.

1. 1963 Aston Martin DB5 design inspired by Hippopotamus
Yes, the figure of 1963 Aston Martin DB5 which is given purplish gray color where the design is combined with a typical hippo silhouette. Müller carefully considered small details such as a pair of 'ears' that were placed ideally on the roof of the vehicle and gave it a personal number plate, 'H1PP0'.
1963 Aston Martin DB5 design inspired by Hippopotamus. (Pictures from: http://bit.ly/2SsKL3G)
Beware not to nudge it on the streets or you'll get big trouble with the boss!!!
Big boss rides on 'H1PP0.' (Pictures from: http://bit.ly/2SsKL3G)

2. 1967 Ford-250 design inspired by Lion
Next is 1967 Ford-250 this is the perfect partner for lions! This heavy pickup truck figure is ready to go to the wild for adventure. This car has a lion feature - a design made like a lion's nose, complete with 'ears' and brownish-yellow paint exactly the color of a lion's feather. The entire display is enhanced with a special 'L1ON' number plate.
1967 Ford-250 design inspired by Lion. (Pictures from: http://bit.ly/2SsKL3G)
Step aside, the lion will pass this way!!
Let get work with 'L10N.' (Pictures from: http://bit.ly/2SsKL3G)

3. 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray design inspired by Alligator 
And the next one is the figure of 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray combined nicely with a crocodile figure. Müller believes that this car should only be driven by professional crocodiles at very high speeds on a racing circuit. The elongated frontend is made similar to a crocodile muzzle and pointed teeth positioned next to a special 'G4TOR' number plate. The color is made exactly the same as crocodile skin in the wild.
1968 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray design inspired by Alligator. (Pictures from: http://bit.ly/2SsKL3G)
Officer, there are speeding alligator!! Catch him..!!
Here's speeding 'G4T0R.' (Pictures from: http://bit.ly/2SsKL3G)

4. 1977 Fiat 600S design inspired by Panda
Lastly, the figure of the Fiat 600S from 1977 where the design was combined with a panda figure. Yes, this cute tiny car design inspired by the panda has black and white features including a distinctive nose and ears. Müller imagined that the car owners were out on the way, putting their things stored in bamboo crates. Then given the final touch is the private plate ‘P4ND4’.
1977 Fiat 600S design inspired by Panda. (Pictures from: http://bit.ly/2SsKL3G)
You are too cute to sunbathe, dear!
Whitey tiny cute 'P4ND4.' (Pictures from: http://bit.ly/2SsKL3G)
The idea of Frédéric Müller combining classic cars with the distinctive shape of wildlife animals is not just an idea. Each custom car has a World Wide Fund for Nature sticker to remind us of the status of these wildlife animal habitats. All designs are available as Limited Edition Fine Art Prints, you can see and buy it here.
Hopefully after seeing and reading this article will makes us all more love the environment and strengthen our commitment to preserve it for the continuity of life for all beings in it. Peace and Out...! *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | M.A.D GALLERY]
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