Art & Photography

Eric Killorin

Fri Aug 12 2016 15:28:58 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Can you identify the vehicle?

Eric Killorin

Wed Jan 27 2016 01:33:20 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Portraits of Auto Mechanics in the Style of Renaissance Paintings by Freddy Fabris. Now why didn't I think of this?!

Chicago-based photographer Freddy Fabris has worked for years on commercial projects for clients like Leo Burnett, Saatchi & Saatchi, and Ogilvy & Mather, but it was a recent decision to focus on a personal project exploded into a bevy of awards and accolades. Fabris, who has a background in painting, had long been ruminating about how to pay tribute to the works of classic painters like Rembrandt and Da Vinci using his camera. While accompanying a friend to a cluttered auto repair shop, inspiration suddenly struck. Fabris would pose the mechanics in the style of classical portraits, and in tableaus reminiscent of Philippe de Champaigne’s The Last Supper and Michelangelo’s The Creation of Adam. As he shared the idea with colleagues and collaborators, everyone quickly jumped on board and the Renaissance series was born.

While the photos are admittedly absurd, the staggering amount of craft and skill present in each shot is undeniable. From the careful composition of bodies to the striking use of light to illuminate the face of each subject, the portraits in particular are strangely dignifying. The photos have since won the 1st Place International Color Award, the One Eyeland Silver Award, and an APA Conceptual Award. You can explore more of Fabris’ work at

Eric Killorin

Sun Jan 11 2015 16:54:20 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

I need a drink!

Eric Killorin

Fri Dec 12 2014 18:15:56 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Wild "ArtCar" spotted in CT.

Eric Killorin

Mon Jun 02 2014 23:17:56 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Another great period image from Jacques Lartigue.

Eric Killorin

Mon Jun 02 2014 23:23:18 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Beach goer captured by French photographer Jacques Lartique.

Eric Killorin

Wed Jun 18 2014 14:18:38 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Dan McCrary

Eric Killorin

Mon May 26 2014 15:09:57 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Chris Labrooy's creative photography!

Eric Killorin

Mon May 26 2014 16:22:07 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

The stars of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Stephen Ward: Alexander Hanson, Charlotte Blackledge, and Charlotte Spencer, in a 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series roadster at the Cliveden Estate, in Taplow, Buckinghamshire, England.

Eric Killorin

Mon Feb 24 2014 15:19:03 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

$4,500 buys this original art by Carlo Demand depicting Duesenberg at the 1921 French Grand Prix.

Eric Killorin

Thu Feb 06 2014 17:21:31 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

The artist and his work.

Eric Killorin

Thu Oct 24 2013 21:28:02 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Another Warhol goodie for sale on eBay, $300. According to the seller:
Original Poster for the Exhibition at
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. September-November 1988
Edited by Andy Warhol Estate and Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. 1988
Note: This poster looks much better than on the scan. Sheet: 331/2 x 231/4 inches.
Excellent condition, never been framed (see pics). Very Rare!

Eric Killorin

Mon Sep 30 2013 02:59:13 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Hudson Motor Car Co. had a promotional silent film shot for their Essex motor cars in 1920. The story of the film and actors is here:

Many years ago (35?) at Pasadena's Rose Bowl Swap Meet I came across three framed stills from the movie and purchased this. The photo prints are now being claimed by age and poor storage. Before they disappeared I have scanned them at 300 dpi and pass them along to you in the name of history. The best photo happened to be in the best condition and has been cropped for appreciation of the car and the sign being held up by the actress in the car.

The 1920 Essex was the first generation of this brand. Had a 4 cylinder F-head motor and the entire car was stoutly built for its day and its low price. Thirty five years ago I owned a 1922 Essex coach (two door sedan) that I drove some and thoroughly enjoyed.

Thanks for Pix member Wayne Graefen for sending this along!

Eric Killorin

Tue Sep 24 2013 19:42:43 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

"Car" by Mark Ashkenazi available as a framed print or on stretched Canvas.

I am in love with this colorful art interpretation of a Hispano Suiza (what appears to be the car raced at Indianapolis in 1928 against Stutz)

Artwork Link:

An image of the actual car 1/2 way down the page:

Eric Killorin

Wed Sep 11 2013 19:26:38 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Tuner gal, one of the more tasteful from the segment. Sweet!

Eric Killorin

Tue Aug 27 2013 19:05:10 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Now I know where Gary Wales got the inspiration for his Rolls Royce Speedster!

Eric Killorin

Wed Jul 24 2013 23:27:28 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

German automaker Porsche is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its 911 model in a big way – literally!
Artist Gerry Judah had the idea to create a gravity-defying sculpture that could hold three iconic Porsche 911 cars high in the sky. The original 1963 911, the 1973 911 Carrera RS, and the 2013 911 were all sitting pretty at more than 100 feet above the grounds at this past 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed in West Sussex, England. Image and text:

Eric Killorin

Tue Jul 23 2013 14:27:09 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Growing-up in and around Harley biker culture, there was never any talk of African American riders– let alone that may actually have a part in contributing to American motorcycling culture. It was like Black riders flat-out didn’t exist. Now finally, their incredible story is starting to emerge through books like Soul On Bikes and the Black Chrome exhibit at California African American Museum. The images and accounts are not just amazing to look at and enjoy– they are also incredibly inspiring. Many thanks to The Vintagent (one of my favorite blogs) and The Onyx Rider from which many of the pics & stories came.

Eric Killorin

Thu Jul 18 2013 20:57:39 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Get behind the scenes of the Central Feature of this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed: A stunning tribute to 50 years of the Porsche 911 designed by world-renowned sculptor Gerry Judah.

In a detailed look at the making of the sculpture Ragnar Schulte, Marketing Director for Porsche Cars GB, talks about the work that went into the 3 month build to create a piece of Porsche history.

Eric Killorin

Thu Mar 21 2013 14:57:54 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Driving an Aston Martin DBR1, Stirling Moss gives his customary wave to Peter Collins as he passes the latter’s Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa as they power across the tortuous mountains of the Targa Florio course during the 1958 running of the classic race. Moss was regarded as perhaps the greatest sportscar racer of all time but Collins was no slouch – and had partnered Moss to win the Targa in the Mercedes 300 SLR in 1955. On this occasion, Moss was out of luck, retiring the semi-works Aston with gearbox trouble while Collins went on to finish 4th, partnered by Phil Hill. Check out all of artist's Tim Layzell's work here

Eric Killorin

Thu Mar 21 2013 15:00:09 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Fred Herzog "Banff Meatateria" Ink Jet Print, 20 x 29 in. image size, 1955. Edition of 20, 19368

Eric Killorin

Thu Mar 21 2013 15:02:21 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Fred Herzog's "Man in Black Hat." Ink Jet Print
20 x 28.5 in. image size. 1959. Edition of 20

Eric Killorin

Tue Mar 19 2013 20:08:11 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Bohn image 1947 depicting a futuristic plane, train, and automobile. The aircraft's light bar resembles today's LED strips!

Eric Killorin

Fri Mar 15 2013 21:08:03 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Designer Eric Black has allowed us to post some new and exciting designs for our site. Eric is a rising star in the hot rod and custom car design world and travels all over the US designing and creating cutting edge renderings for private clients and builders alike. Many of his designs can be seen in popular hot rod magazines on the news stands. He has done numerous designs for us here at SAR from Lincoln Zephyrs, to Cadillacs, to 33/34 Fords. His creativity allows him to enter into all corners of the hot rod and custom car world. His renderings can be seen in our services/design section of our website.

Eric Killorin

Fri Mar 15 2013 14:58:23 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Junk Tank Rock builds the viper.

Eric Killorin

Fri Mar 08 2013 01:13:48 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

"April morning France 1918."

Eric Killorin

Sat Mar 02 2013 22:17:44 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

1929 motorcycle ridden by boy n girl postcard
$10.00. Publisher/Series Amag, NR 1651. Condition G+.WOB in pen. Small creases right corners. Chipped corners. Postmark bleed through. Postmark/Year 1926. Stamp missing.

Eric Killorin

Sat Mar 02 2013 22:24:10 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

This is the world's most expensive model car. The Bugatti Veyron Diamond Ltd is on sale for two million pounds - twice as much as the real thing. Liverpool-based designer Stuart Hughes took two months to create the intricate 1:18 scale model in partnership with Swiss luxury model car maker Robert Gulpen. Weighing in at 7kg, it has been created with platinum, solid 24ct gold, and a 7.2ct single cut flawless diamond on its front grill. The 10 inch car also boats functional steering and a highly detailed engine. In a limited edition of three, owners also get a certification of authenticity, an aluminium case and photo documentation of the manufacturing process

Eric Killorin

Sat Mar 02 2013 02:55:58 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Hands down my favorite living contemporary automotive artist, Canadian Alain Levesque and offered by noted art dealer Jacques Vaucher.

Eric Killorin

Sat Mar 02 2013 02:57:31 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Another gem from the Levesque collection available at

Eric Killorin

Sun Feb 24 2013 19:05:13 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Very nice !

Eric Killorin

Sun Feb 24 2013 21:06:05 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Futuramic Oldsmobile with Hydra-Matic Drive, 1948.

Eric Killorin

Sat Feb 23 2013 02:33:43 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Tattoo art to the extreme.

Eric Killorin

Fri Feb 22 2013 21:35:28 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

McKlein Rally 2013 - The Wider View
McKlein's famous rally calendar once again comes in its impressive 95 cm wide panoramic format and, in line with McKlein tradition, features the twenty-eight best pictures from the World Rally Championship. On top of that, the world's leading team of rally photographers have come up with something new. "McKlein Rally 2013 - The Wider View" compares the spectacular Fafe jump in Portugal in both 1984 and 2012, it offers you a glimpse into Volkswagen's secret workshop, and shows Rally Mexico with a miniaturising effect. For each month of the year, you can have a choice between two very different pictures which range from water splashes and powerslides to atmospheric images underlining the variety of the WRC events and locations. As a further bonus, in the accompanying text the McKlein photographers give an insight into the camera settings that they used to produce these stunning images.

Eric Killorin

Thu Feb 21 2013 14:20:59 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

The Graphics Garage™ team views classic and special cars as rolling works of art. With the goal of making our garage a great place to hang out, we've created GraphicsGarage™. From our Garage Styles to our MyClassicGarage Dream Car Studio Series to our partnerships with some of the top automotive artists in the business, we've made it simple for you to choose your favorite works of automotive art and order large scale prints in a variety of materials. Ordering is simple and the finished product is delivered to your door within 5-7 days.

This gorgeous piece titled "Reflections on a Phaeton'", created by renowned automotive artist Dan McCrary, captures a number of classics at a show field reflecting off on the side of a Duesenberg Dual Cowl Phaeton. This 4 foot by 6 foot piece of art is perfect for your home garage, workshop or commercial space. Additional sizes are available--check our other auctions for details. Our artwork is produced on a 13 oz vinyl product with a rip-free scrim printed with UV solvent inks.

Note: all banners are finished with hems and grommets every 2' unless otherwise requested.

For any questions regarding this or any of our other products, contact Joseph Carroll at 704-999-9826.

Eric Killorin

Sat Feb 16 2013 15:05:34 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

January 1929 Automobile Digest for sale on eBay. Duesenberg & Harry Miller racing article Indy 500.

Eric Killorin

Wed Feb 06 2013 15:57:06 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Bugatti evolution and revolution.

Eric Killorin

Sun Jan 20 2013 15:55:24 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

The talented road map art of Matthew Cusick.

Eric Killorin

Fri Jan 11 2013 17:13:20 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

You can buy a CNC machined cutout of almost any track in the world for a couple hundred bucks! Great for the garage or man-cave!

Eric Killorin

Tue Jan 08 2013 17:58:19 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Robo art of car and fuel station parts.

Eric Killorin

Fri Dec 28 2012 16:29:57 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Six historic Lotus Formula 1 cars were incorporated in this spectacular sculpture by artist Gerry Judah that was the centrepiece of the 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed, Britain’s largest car culture event. The 28-metre tall sculpture was the 16th created by Gerry Judah for the Festival of Speed, an annual event held in the grounds of Goodwood House in West Sussex, the family seat of the Earl of March.

Each year, Goodwood has featured a marque, a carmaker that inspires disciples because of its style, success on the track, or both. In 2012, the featured marque was Lotus, the British car manufacturer that sponsored Gerry Judah’s installation.

The sculpture was designed to capture the essence of Lotus from its beginnings to the present. A 3-D infinity loop was designed, resembling the grandest, most ambitious Scalextric track ever imagined.

The track itself is a triangular section of 6mm flat sheet metal with a “continuously variable curve developable” surface, which was painted white. These were fabricated by Littlehampton Welding and transported 22 miles to Goodwood in 11 sections by individual articulated lorries and a police escort.

Multiple cranes were used to erect the installation and place six significant Lotus cars onto its surface. The cars, which were loaned by Classic Team Lotus and the Lotus F1 Team, included a green and yellow Type 32B, the car in which Jim Clark won the 1965 Tasman Series in Australia and New Zealand, and a red-and-white Type 49, in which Graham Hill raced to the crown. The other cars were a JPS-liveried Type 72, in which Emerson Fittipaldi became the sport’s youngest champion; a black-and-gold ’79 responsible for Mario Andretti’s world title; a yellow Lotus 99T driven by Ayrton Senna; and the current Lotus grand prix car as driven by Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean.

Gerry Judah worked closely with Lord March and Lotus to determine the design. The winding curves represent Lotus’s natural environment: cars that are built for cornering. The 150-metre-long track is shaped into the shape of a half-hitch, or trefoil, knot.

Eric Killorin

Sat Dec 15 2012 02:58:52 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

This Alfa Romeo poster celebrates the fourth Mille Miglia event of 1930 won by the great Tazio Nuvolari driving an Alfa Romeo 1750. The race was run over a figure of eight course covering a thousand miles from Brescia via Rome and back again to finish in Brescia. In the 1930 race Nuvolari cheekily surprised his great rival Achille Varzi by overtaking at night with his headlamps switched off.

Eric Killorin

Sat Dec 15 2012 18:50:19 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

The perfect Christmas gift for the man who has everything! Howard Zink seat covers.

Eric Killorin

Thu Dec 13 2012 02:24:39 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Did Pablo Picasso Vomit On This Porsche 911? Who knows, but Champion Motorsport of Pompano Beach, Florida does an annual art-car collabo for the mega artsy confab, Art Basel Miami Beach. This year the shop teamed with "neo-pop" artist Romero Britto on a new Porsche 911 Cabriolet (991). Whimsy. So much whimsy.

Britto is a Miami-based painter, serigrapher (er, stencil-ist), and sculptor who made his bones (ie, ca-ching) doing corporate commissions, starting in 2003 with a limited-edition redesign of Absolut's vodka packaging, he went on to deliver corporate works for Movado, Disney, Enrico Coveri, Pepsi, the United Nations, and Royal Caribbean Cruises, among a number of causes and charities.

But it's his cars that have held our eyeballs at gunpoint, with customization projects for automakers like Volvo, Bentley, Audi, BMW/Mini and this helmet for Helio Castroneves.

Hey, why starve for your art when you can pocket sweet commissions. It worked for Michelangelo, whose ghost is already on its way to Miami with a portable Chinese water torture kit.

Eric Killorin

Tue Dec 11 2012 01:34:25 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Tucker's 2nd try (The Carioca) was from a De Sakhnoffsky design, and potentially would have been made in Brazil.

Eric Killorin

Thu Dec 06 2012 16:28:10 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Ferrari 275 GTB bronze sculpture by Vincenzo Tabacco, Italy, 1988, signed on bottom, numbered ed. (#1 of 6), the artist takes an even more streamlined futuristic approach to one of the most sensuous automobiles ever produced, finished with a dark burgundy patina, sculpture 16” long, 6.4” wide, comes on gray slate base, 23.5” x 11.5”, A- cond., (minor scratches in finish). $8,500 from

Eric Killorin

Tue Dec 04 2012 16:37:18 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Snakes and Ladders poster by Tim Layzell. Innes Ireland was a racing driver of the Old School. In many ways his racing career came a decade too late, the advancing professionalism of international motor racing leaving little room for the hard drinking, hard driving mentality which pervaded the post-war years and was exemplified by the likes of Hawthorn, Collins and Duncan Hamilton. But while Innes raced mainly for fun - for the hell of it - he was truly a driver of the front rank. A TT and Grand Prix winner, his raw speed and competitive nature saw him drive for many of the top teams of the time, including Shelby American. Here, during the 1964 Targa Florio, Innes wrestles the big, 289 Cobra through the Sicilian mountains in pursuit of the Ferrari GTO of Luigi Mosca and Fortinbras while in the background a Porsche 904 spins. The Cobra was unsuited to the sinuous mountain circuit and Ireland charged to no avail - his Kansan team mate crashing the Cobra through a wall and into retirement. The Ferrari also retired while the race was won by the small, nimble 2 litre Porsche 904 GTS of Pucci and Davis. There's no substitute for cubic inches...?

Giclee Printed on very High quality 308 gsm art paper

44cm x 60cm image size

Limited to just 450 prints, each are signed and numbered by Tim

£165.00 + £9.00 UK / £15.00 Worldwide Postage and Packing

Click 'Add to Cart' or telephone +44 (0) 1761 453076 to order a copy

Eric Killorin

Mon Dec 03 2012 02:20:48 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Omega Man poster.

Eric Killorin

Sun Dec 02 2012 22:47:57 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Early automotive artists often depicted a wide range of animals in their compositions, domestic and otherwise. This young pup completes the ensembles with duster and googles.

Eric Killorin

Sat Dec 01 2012 21:08:38 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Biker and his pooch, by Henri Banks.

Eric Killorin

Sat Dec 01 2012 21:23:45 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Truck interior decorated Pakistani style.

Eric Killorin

Sat Dec 01 2012 03:49:09 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)


Eric Killorin

Sat Dec 01 2012 03:55:51 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

As in NAPA auto parts store.

Eric Killorin

Wed Oct 17 2012 22:32:53 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Part advertising, part art, these early motoring advertisements told a quaint story in words and images.

Eric Killorin

Tue Sep 11 2012 02:19:51 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Automotive Fine Artist Hugo Prado doing an airbrush painting of a 1931 Duesenberg J-131 and then delivering the painting to the car owner. One of Hugo's collectors. Enjoy!

Eric Killorin

Wed Aug 29 2012 02:26:17 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

United Auto Service postcard.

Eric Killorin

Wed Aug 29 2012 02:26:47 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

1949 Ford advertising piece.

Eric Killorin

Fri Aug 10 2012 23:27:09 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Showroom full of station wagons mid 1950s. Can anyone identify the location?

Eric Killorin

Wed Aug 01 2012 17:04:22 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Road map girl by Mathew Cusick.

Eric Killorin

Sun Jul 22 2012 02:29:16 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Standard gas station by Ed Rocha. A timeless depiction of the ordinary highway fuel stop.

Eric Killorin

Sun Jul 22 2012 02:31:03 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Now rare and collectible, the Andy Warhol "Cars" 1989 calendar depicting the iconic range of Mercedes Benz models and eras.