Gear: These Gorgeous Prints Celebrate The Glory Days Of Formula 1

These Gorgeous Prints Celebrate The Glory Days Of Formula 1

Ted Gushue By Ted Gushue
December 15, 2015
2 comments

Nearly every day we go to work at Petrolicious, we have the pleasure of getting eyeballs on some of the world’s most interesting automotive artwork. It comes in all shapes, forms and styles—some emailed, some snail mailed, and some pigeon-dropped (it’s usually more impressionistic with the pigeons, to be honest).

But our friend Stuart Macey is playing at a different level. 

He’s taken the moments that we as Petrolisti collectively remember as being the greatest from Formula 1’s history, and he’s done it in an aesthetic that at once evokes the classic posters from the period, and the modern finishing that we’ve come to expect from today’s printing technology. 

Each print is $65, sized 18″x 24”, and color screenprinted on beautiful 100-lb cover stock from French Paper Co. in Niles, Michigan.

You’re gonna like the way they look in your garage, we guarantee it. Visit thecurbshop.com

Join the Conversation
Related

Leave a Reply

Joseph stepancic
Joseph stepancic

If anyone has a Jim Clark print that they no longer want for their collection please let me know. I just got the Gilles and Senna framed this week and I’m kicking myself for not getting the Clark when I had the chance. Please reach me at jpstepancic at gmail dot com. Thanks in advance.

Art Cervantes
Art Cervantes

Gorgeous prints! Is one of Le Professeur in the works?