Allan Flowers design work from NDI and later.
By Allan Flowers. “Design is a long, messy process involving many people, most of whom are never ever given the least bit of publicity.”
Allan Flowers is a very talented and super creative designer.
Dick Ruzzin, on a GM trip to Germany in 2001, recounts a heart-felt encounter with an Italian bus driver.
After 18 months of development including a trip to the GM Archives at Design Center, Dean’s Garage, The Future Is Back is finally finished!
A collection of studio sketches.
Dennis is an outstanding designer and good friend. This is one of several stories he wrote for the upcoming book, Dean’s Garage.
Jon Cleghorn’s account of living with Steve Small for a summer internship at GM.
Jack Humbert was responsible for many of Pontiac’s styling icons. By Jeff Denison.
First in a series of builds by car designers.
Larry is a tremendous sculpturing and design talent. He has been a good friend over the years, and it gives me a lot of pleasure to present this brief overview of is professional career.
All sorts of cool renderings and photos found online.
Studio artwork from the collection of Ron Will and Richard Nesbitt.
Bill Porter candidly describes his years with Pontiac.
Recapturing the Magic—Visions of the Future American Automotive Design.
“Paint won’t save it.”
That’s the way John was. He was constantly trying to put things together, and he’d do anything to help someone.
Renderings by Jerry Hirschberg, Allan Flowers, Clark Lincoln, Geza Loczi, and yours truly.
Renderings by Jerry Hirschberg, Bill Porter, Allan Flowers, and yours truly.
Photos from Ron Will.
I had a bad feeling about this. That burlap wasn’t put in at the factory and didn’t get there on its own.
To have the car now would be cooler than cool.