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Our Gallery: Hot Rods and Other Beasts

29 Feb

Hot Rod culture has got a lot in common with dieselpunk. Both merge elements of the past with modern technologies. They share a dream of “the future we were promised” and break the border between fantasy and reality.

Lisa Rebmann aka LadyDeuce @ DeviantArt is a German computer graphics artist. She is very active in virtual tuning & customization – and drives a real 1966 Volvo Amazon (customized, of course). You are welcome to visit her website.

Here is a small gallery of her artwork:

Real Gothic Hot Rod by LadyDeuce

Real Gothic Hot Rod by LadyDeuce



Polar Expedition by LadyDeuce

Polar Expedition by LadyDeuce

Hangar by LadyDeuce

Hangar by LadyDeuce

Equitable by LadyDeuce

Equitable by LadyDeuce

Snow Flurry by LadyDeuce

Snow Flurry by LadyDeuce

At Home by LadyDeuce

At Home by LadyDeuce

Body Shop by LadyDeuce

Body Shop by LadyDeuce

Street in the night by LadyDeuce

Street in the night by LadyDeuce

The Hideout by LadyDeuce

The Hideout by LadyDeuce

Ready for dispatch by LadyDeuce

Ready for dispatch by LadyDeuce

Wire Factory by LadyDeuce

Wire Factory by LadyDeuce

Desert Drag Strip by Lady Deuce

Desert Drag Strip by Lady Deuce

Citroen Hot Rod by LadyDeuce

Citroen Hot Rod by LadyDeuce

German BeachWoody by LadyDeuce

German BeachWoody by LadyDeuce

Dusk by LadyDeuce

Dusk by LadyDeuce

Heat by LadyDeuce

Heat by LadyDeuce

The Vulture by LadyDeuce

The Vulture by LadyDeuce

Red Baroness by LadyDeuce

Red Baroness by LadyDeuce

©2008-2012 ~LadyDeuce
To see full size/resolution and learn about prototypes/inspirations, visit LadyDeuce @ DeviantArt!

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2 Comments

Posted by on February 29, 2012 in art, dieselpunk, inspiration, machines

 

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2 responses to “Our Gallery: Hot Rods and Other Beasts

  1. Nishant

    November 21, 2012 at 4:36 am

    NicE!!

     
  2. Pete

    January 12, 2014 at 6:27 pm

    Amazing Art ! 🙂

     

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