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.
Those were the days.
*throptic, noun: a design or a devise created to look as if it serves a functional purpose, but in fact has no purpose other than to make the object on which it is attached to look esthetically better.
GM Design Staff Impact Magazine, July 1977.
Late nighters or all nighters were the norm.
Featuring Cyclops, the Bongo family, and quite a number of other oddities.
Making dreams come true.
Stan Mott kept us going with his outrageous cartoons and great artwork.
R. Henry Gurr’s book played an important role in my interest in car design.
Interesting how the esthetics of aerodynamics have changed.
Lots of very interesting photos.
He inspires us to start sketching again just for the joy of it.
Jordan likened this to “letting a tiger out of the cage—saying go!”
His illustration style is original and unmatched.