|Automobiles are designed to "knock your eyes out." This was never more so than |
in the phantasmagorical 1959 Cadillac. When artist, David Chapple, transports it
to New York's Times Square, the viewers eyes may never be the same again.
|Speeding Automobile, 1912,|
|The Dynamism of the Automobile, |
1912, Luigi Russolo
|Special Automobile, 1941, Salvador Dali|
Copyright, Jim LaneVaroom-Varoom, 2001, Jim Lane,
(yes, the painting is wider than the frame).
|Peddle Car Cruiser, Airborne Creations|
|Future Rolls Royce, 1967, Cyd Mead. Just as paint is not well-suited for depicting movement, the same is also true of any effort at prognostication.|