Look at this collection of unusual sports carsMay 8, 2019
This compilation presents classic sports cars of the last century. But they are not quite ordinary. They do not exist in nature – they were made by the artist Frederick Muller, and he used … animals as inspiration.
I must say that on the Internet, you can find an incredible number of the most bizarre visualizations on certain cars. While some of these renders offer us a look at how new models or updated versions of existing cars may look, some of these images are created just for another. Their goal is to bring a smile to your face.
Today we can share similar renders from the talented Swiss artist Frederick Muller, who presented a rather interesting collection called “Rides of the Wild”, which translates as “Wildlife Attractions”.
What is the idea behind these images? The artist had a rather unconventional idea of “combining” classic cars with animals, and he came up with four double renderings of various vehicles turning into vehicles for animals. Our favorite of this set was the 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, which is driven by an alligator. Its deep emerald color matches the color of the “driver” having fun behind the wheel.
There is also a cute 1977 Fiat 600S designed for the panda. The car received an individual license plate number P4ND4 and black and white paint imitating the fur of a bear. Its front grille was modified to resemble the panda’s bear nose, while the roof received a pair of “ears.”
Not so long ago, we wrote about the rendering of the extreme Bugatti Divo on the web in case of an apocalypse.
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