Another BMW Art Cars-Inspired Bimmer Revealed

Initially started by the French racecar driver Herve Poulain in 1975, the BMW Art Car Project inspired several Bimmer fans into turning their private ride into a replica of a BMW Art Car. After Travis Todd from South Louisiana revealed his BMW 330Ci Art Car some four months ago, a Dubai resident, Sheldon Rodriguez now presents his own view of the same Bimmer model.

Of course, since Rodriguez couldn’t have done it by himself, he had some help from artist Mark Ganzon, in order to better express the well-known Good vs. Evil theme. In fact, Rodriguez even admits being inspired by Travis Todd.

Both Rodriguez and Ganzon worked for about three hours every evening and when they finished, they used a layer of matte lacquer to retain the original look of the car.

“I’m a Visual Interaction Design Specialist by profession and a very passionate BMW fan. Being in a region that is surrounded by exotics and supercars, the desire to customize vehicles as per individual persona’s, it’s really hard not be influenced,”
Rodriguez was quoted as saying by

The 2002 E46 330i model has been completely modified with an unique shade of metallic gray with a matte finish. “Dividing the car into two, the holistic theme was to have the left drivers side make use of sharp angled strokes to depict the evil, while the right passenger side to make use of open rounded strokes to depict the good. All the art was done with three sharpies permanent marker, and was quite a task to have it covered on the surface of a car,” Rodriguez added.
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