The Aston Martin DB5, is frequently acclaimed as one of the most beautiful and iconic cars in
the world. Appearing in six James Bond films, including the upcoming “Skyfall”, the car has without a doubt left an indelible mark on popular culture. James Bond will forever be linked with Aston Martin in the same way as Omega watches, and there is no coincidence that the first and last of Bond’s films have made this automotive circle complete. Good design is timeless.Comments (0)
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This is Syd Mead’s Land Yacht concept, debuted in the June 1975 issue of Playboy, serving as both a raving bachelor pad and a vision of future travel……so what happened? The swinging 60′s lit the fire for Hugh Hefner and his bathrobe and tobacco pipe aesthetic. The magazine came to represent the culture of the 70′s with the wild all-night parties, beautiful women and the somewhat lenient attitude to drugs. Playboy became Hefner’s platform for promoting his hedonistic lifestyle, and the Playboy Land Yacht was supposed to be his chariot.
The vehicle was designed by the famous concept artist Syd Mead, also known for his work on Blade Runner (one of my favorite movies), Aliens, and Tron. Syd’s work has spanned from architecture, vehicle design, interior to costumes, with his emphasis on blending unique ideals and futurism sets him apart from
a lot of other people.
“There are more people in the world who make things than there are people who think of things to make.”
- Syd Mead
Citroen Numero 9 concept was announced earlier this year and unveiled at the 2012 Beijing Motor Show in April. The new vehicle will join the current DS line-up, including the DS3, DS4, and DS5. The Numero 9 previews the styling cues of the next three models in the line: a C-segment premium sedan, an SUV, and a D-segment executive saloon.
I just came across this nice little video that was put together 3 months ago in France by a great creative team, and thought i would share the splendid visuals. Enjoy!
American Icons is the first exhibition to examine Warhol’s enduring fascination with automotive vehicles as products of American consumer society. This exhibition features more than forty drawings, paintings, photographs, and related archival material spanning from 1946 to 1986 include the famous BMW M-1 racing car that was hand-painted by Warhol. Warhol and Cars: American Icons is on view at the Andy Warhol Museum on May 13, 2012.Comments (0)
Don’t mind the narator.Comments (0)