Design: Aston Martin Lagonda Photographed by Tomek Olszowski
Cult cars don’t come much less conventional than the Aston Martin Lagonda. Only 645 were ever made, and they’re like no other car before or since.
The wedge-shaped body is the height of a Porsche 911 but over five meters long, with an outrageously space-age dashboard. In this shoot by photographer Tomek Olszowski, a touch of seventies noir accents the car’s angular forms, introducing it’s beauty to a new general of design and car lovers alike.
“Disintegrating Series” is a suite of photographs of high
performance cars that appear to have blown apart. The series explores
essential questions abut the relationship of time and reality,
ultimately creating a visually rich rendition of a moment that never
UK-based artist Chris LaBrooy continues his exploration of “auto elasticity,” continuously releasing new selections of his trippy renderings via his Instagram account.
This time around we find LaBrooy playing with the Porsche 911, highlighting the vehicle hopping forwards and backwards on one tire, bending back and forth, floating in a pool, and wrapped in an elevated cage.