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BMW E70 X5 Gets a .50 Desert Eagle Airbrushed on Its Side

Airbrushing is a technique that has been around for quite a while now. Actually, the airbrush was invented in the 19th century so you could imagine it's not that new.
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However, recently it fell intro somewhat of a shadow since vinyl wrapping became increasingly more popular. The thing is, artists than can actually paint using a airbrush are getting more and more scarce these days.

Most people go to tuning shops, get the model they want on their car designed in AutoCAD, printed and then glued to their cars. It's easier, faster and the differences are too small to be counted as a minus.

Every once in a while though, you could stumble upon a car with proper art on it and that's when you have to share it with the world. The X5 shown below has had a .50 caliber Desert Eagle gun painted on the side.

We're not really sure why he chose a smoking gun, but we love the details of the painting and the way it looks on the car. It's not because of the pistol, but rather because of the way it was done.

 
 
 
 
 

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