5 Most Inspiring Automotive Artwork

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5 Most Inspiring Automotive Artwork

Art is the primary source of inspiration for many around the world. Automotive artwork is the type of art famous these days. Especially, most automobile fans prefer to have automotive artwork to use in their homes.

Automotive artwork is popular in the world, and artists use it to show their skills. Many auto insurance companies use the services of these artists for automotive artwork. Many artworks in the world inspire a lot of fans. Some of them are here.

John Narciso’s Artwork

John Narciso is an artist from Houston, Texas, with good automotive taste. Even though you go to the net and search for the artist, you will not find a specific page for John Narciso. But the artist is making quite a name for himself with the latest artwork. John works as a freelance artist. Recently we saw his artwork on a website where the picture went viral displaying John’s artwork.

There is an old concept about art that you will need to colour and paint between the lines to make it look good and attractive. But, as we can see in the image, John was not following the classic rules, and it made the painting look inspirational. This artwork is a digital illustration made by using computer software.

The technique that John Narciso used in the painting is amazing. It gives us an impression of oil paint with broad brush strokes. The name of this artwork is ‘the Maximum Attack LaFerrari’. If we see the painting, we will find out that there is complete scenery in the image only by using many colours.

Jim Tramontano

Jim Tramontano is a high-performance truck driver. Also, Jim educates the youngsters about high-performance truck driving as he is an educational instructor as well. Along with his duty as an instructor, Jim has a painter’s hand and loves to use his passion for driving as a painting.

Jim’s recent painting has gone viral. It is a throwback to some classic comic-book-style artwork. The canvas size for the painting is 30x40-inches. You can see Jim’s personal experience as a truck driver in the image. You can check his other work and details on his website.

Sam Mamiya’s Artwork

Sam Mamiya is a Japanese artist who loves to use the retro style in paintings and artwork. Recently Sam submitted his artwork for Inspirational automotive artwork. If we observe the artwork, we will find out classic Japanese TV cartoon throwback in the painting. We can see a Honda car along with the same colour bike in the picture. The image gives us a romantic feel as well with two characters. You can check out his work on his Instagram page.

Marc Falk Artwork

Marc Falk is a UK-based artist. His artwork sets him apart from the other automotive artwork artists. Unlike the other artists, we can see electric cars in Marc’s artwork. Marc completed a project at London South Bank University for one of his courses. It is a concept that went viral on the internet due to its design and style.

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Rob Ferguson’s Artwork

Rob Ferguson is an artist from California. Rob has been sketching cars and creating doodles since his childhood. But in the recent few years, Rob is taking this talent as a serious business. So, it is helping him earn a few bucks by designing T-Shirts and flyers. Rob’s recent image has gone viral where we can see a Soarer running against the Yokohoma Bay bridge. The best thing about Rob’s work is no use of computers or software. Rob’s work is available on his Instagram.

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