To further integrate the new and old shapes I have going on with this ArtCar, I’m using trim from a 1950s Chevy that’s nice and curvy. This helps move the eye along from the front grill to the rest of the body – back and up – without interfering with the headlights. Slowly but surely the piece is moving from a montage of parts into a more cohesive whole.
ArtCar Assembly – blending disparate shapes with Chevy Trim
By Philo|2019-10-28T00:02:19+00:00November 2nd, 2019|Tags: art, artcar, assemblage, bone machine, buick, Buick Special Rivera, car, ceiling tin, chevy, curb feelers, deer ribs, frigidaire, Frigo, herman munster, honda, munster car, mutant vehicle, Philco, philo, sculpture|Comments Off on ArtCar Assembly – blending disparate shapes with Chevy Trim
About the Author: Philo
Philo Northrup is an artist who has been creating ArtCars since 1983. He founded the annual ArtCar Fest in 1997 with Harrod Blank. You can see Philo's ArtCars, artworks and exhibitions here: http://philo-northrup.com