...and do it often/everywhere.
2 months ago
I should half-tone these and sell shirts to Buick or something.
@Ryan Hamrick, yes you should! Or do that on hoods of different brands and see who picks it up first.
Buick? come on...
@Nikita Prokhorov I like the way you think! Hmm... :)
@Mariusz Ciesla - Thanks!
@Mike Greenwell - 2013 Buick Regal Premium III Turbo, technically. Better?
@Ryan Hamrick Another awesome idea (inspired by this shot) would be to do some custom lettering such as this on black garments... but printed in a black glossy foil to give it that matte/shine look! ;)
Lettering + puns + words of wisdom = gold. Keep 'em comin.
This car reminds of Vauxhall Insignia similar features
Someone had way too much time on their hands :-). J/K Very nice!
@Georgi Trashliev - Good eye. Didn't know it until right know, but they're actually the exact same car. :) http://cloud.ha.mrick.me/Rhki
@Justin Ellis - Ha, thanks man. I was just standing out in the driveway waiting for the kids to get on the bus when I noticed this blank canvas sitting there. You have to move fast, because as you can see, the letters start to get a little...runny. :)
Looks fantastic all the same. Cheers!
this is so badass
This could be huge man...make a time lapse video of this on different cars and like @Nikita Prokhorov said SEE WHO PAYS FIRST.
@Theresa Garritano @Sean Glass - Thanks, guys!
@Jure Tovrljan - Ahhh, you got me. Your turn. ;)
This is my favorite winter sport. Snowy windshield and drawing with frozen fingers.
Dude, you spelled Dew wrong. Duh?!?! haha. Good stuff @Ryan.
@Ryan Hamrick the third part of this statement should be "...then profit."
I see what you did there. :) Great stuff!
@Ryan Hamrick @Kyle Chicoine We can do the black foil on black all day... hint hint.
Certainly beats "wash me" or "also available in *" (*insert car colour here), which is all you tend to get written on cars over here! Love it.
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