Mitchell’s swashbuckling excess.
Featuring Cyclops, the Bongo family, and quite a number of other oddities.
It’s 1946 and you’re interested in car design but don’t know where to start.
“Jeez, boss, I’ve never seen a car like this around anywhere. Who wants it?” I wished he wouldn’t call me boss.
I had a 1965 Corvette Coupe follow me home in March, 2010. A shiny red disaster.
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.
America’s premier design school remains the world’s most renowned, alma mater to more star auto designers than any other single institution.
SpeedReaders presents authoritative reviews of transportation books and media.
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!”
Recapturing the Magic—Visions of the Future American Automotive Design.
From the collection of Tom Falconer.