Lost pandas and executive hippos are a new inspiration and the true essence for these classic and exclusive cars. If you are a design-lover and someone who adore cars with a unique design, this article is for you!
With a unique design, the Ford F-250’s supercar roar on the roads, looting and pulling. The Fat little’ 77 Fiats classic car buzz about like lost pandas and ’68 corvette stingray skids tight to the corners with an alligator behind the wheel in a digital artist: the master designer Frédéric Müller.
Limited edition and with an exclusive design, the 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray should preferably be driven by a professional alligator at breakneck speeds around the track, according to Müller‘s. The deep emerald paint job is a contemporary art piece and is reptilian already, but the corvette’s elongated gator-like snout had to be what sparked this artist’s wild animal imagination.
Through the animal inspiration, the artist also reminds, as a courtesy of a thoughtfully placed sticker, that these beautiful wild animals are vulnerable. Besides this, each customized ride has a world-wide fund for nature sticker on the windshield. This lion’s concerns are elsewhere, as he carefully backs-in his camper for storage, red flannel sticking to his fur.
The ’63 Aston Martin DB5 gets now a voluptuous hippo driver to match its sweeping curves. Looking at all these images, it makes everyone wonder what animal is your modern car. Isn´t it?
Müller’s impressive work is based on vintage cars and recaptures a sense of whimsical and childhood that we need to hold on to.