Classiq Designer Series—Featuring George Camp
From an early age George was always into cars, like most of us, always drawing car doodles in the margins of his papers. It wasn’t until a high school where his art teacher would share Hot Rod magazines with George and show him that drawing cars could also be a profession. George, like many successful stylists of the time, went to Art Center in Pasadena before his four decade career at General Motors. While at GM George worked as an artist for Chevrolet, Pontiac, Buick studios, as well as being loaned out to the concept studio responsible for the design the 1997 C5 Corvette.
Video Credits: Julie Hyde-Edwards and Robert Edwards for making the videos possible, Clasiq for producing the series. Sponsored by Farmers Insurance.
Published on Dean’s Garage by permission by Charlie Rubin, Clasiq COO and Founder.