From a picture or photograph the subject vehicle is deconstructed into its various elements.
These elements are redrawn and then digitally composited to form a brand new, hand-built, vehicle.
The re-drawing and rebuilding process happens over many layers, and many hours, which means attention to detail can be given to each and every aspect of the subject.
These prints are made on 3mm thick Aluminium Dibond and an additional hidden subframe allows the picture to float 15mm off the wall.
During the Museum quality 12-colour printing process only original and official UV (pigment based) inks are used. This ensures each print faithfully reproduces the tone, temperature and colour of the rebuilt image. UV inks contain enhanced light stabilisers offering far more durability than dye-based inks; protecting the vibrancy of the prints for over 100 years in ideal conditions.