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Customized Car Using A Sharpie

This one is pretty impressive. Could almost be an ArtPrize entry, I think!

There are lots of people who customize cars and do graphics and so on. But apparently only a couple of artists do customization with a Sharpie! His name is Chris Dunlop. He just did a 1999 Ford Mustang. It took 50 hours of freehand to complete.

Why Sharpies? He says they’re cheap, come in different widths and the designs last a long time when they’re covered with clear coat.

Now, I love cars. My abilities include building engines and various mechanical work. But I could never do body work or detail for the world to see like this stuff. You?

Seriously. I’d like to see this thing as an entry in Art Prize!

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