Elia ‘Russ’ Russinoff, has provided a portfolio of his work to feature on Dean’s Garage.
These photos were filed in a brown envelope since 1972.
“I am not at liberty to say how fast the rail car was moving when it vaporized the station.”
Designs by William Quan.
The Quicksilver became the radical, all-new 1960 full-size Ford, designed as a response to the really far-out 1959 Chevrolet.
The serpent horn was copied verbatim, right down to the molars.
From 1968 forecast illustrations for Motor Trend (July 1967).
World’s largest car.
Dick Nesbitt has a great style.
The personal-luxury category had it’s initial roots in this context based on Ford’s original Thunderbird from 1955.
As a matter of company policy, the extra cost of producing the Cyclops Safety Car won’t be passed along to the customer.
It’s the awareness of when something looks and feels right, satisfying the customers wants, needs and expectations.
Multi-layering process and technique.
Cars, firetrucks, tractors, and flying machines.
A remarkable collection of original studio art.
Norm worked on the lunar rover. How cool is that?
Memorial service held in the honor of Charles M. Jordan at the General Motors Heritage Center in Detroit.
Nobody I had ever encountered before could have possibly adequately prepared me for meeting Pete Maier.
What does John Z. DeLorean and Ron Will have in common?
He lived an amazing life, accomplished countless professional achievements, influenced and served as a role model to so many, and above all was a wonderfully great and loving Dad.
A Design Project by the League of Retired Automotive Designers.
Wayne»s first production studio assignment was in Cadillac working on the ’65s.
Firebird III Motorama Production Filming at the GM Mesa Proving Grounds.