Car Art: Plan B

I met David Townsend in the vendor tent at the British Invasion car show in Stowe, Vermont, last year. I looked over his artwork and marveled at the detail. David introduced himself and after about a minute of conversation I knew this guy was the real deal. A commercial illustrator with an eye for high quality, a sharp, imaginative mind for creativity, and a petrol-fueled heart—how does the British car community have so many talented people?

David’s portfolio of vehicles is growing—Jaguar, MG, Triumph, Austin-Healey…—and you can customize your artwork purchase according to a number of factory colors and options.

Cutaway illustration is an art form with very few artists remaining. David’s work is a labor of love, painstakingly technical and, because of the materials and printer he insists on, the final product is museum quality. You don’t buy one of his pieces to staple to the drywall of the garage. You’ll want to work with a frame shop that knows what it’s doing.

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By David Stuursma

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