During the mid 60s young American artists designed enchanting pictures on cars - and turned cars into rolling pieces of art using small spray guns. The new technology, where paint is pressed into a high-pressure airflow and becomes a fine spray - regulated with the help of a needle - came up in second spot to the 3M scotchprint technology in the early days. We have been working with the airbrush technique, which allows us to create great effects, for a long time now. Many promotion vehicles, so-called showtrucks, racecar transport-trucks, motorbikes and even helicopters have been created by our artists, who are absolute experts of their trade.

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CLK with McLaren Design, to enlarge click on the picture Motorsporttrailer from Team Rosberg, to enlarge click on the picture A tram painted with ideas and characters from the artist James Rizzi, to enlarge click on the picture
Ford Ka with fish, to enlarge click on the picture Airbrushing a bob for the Team of France, to enlarge click on the pic An airbrushed van for the Fulda Tires Factory, to enlarge click on the picture