Form Follows Function: The Art of the Super Car
For Art of the Super Car, renowned automotive photographer James Mann brings 20 of the world’s most beautiful and desirable super cars into the studio. Removed from their ordinary environment and shot on black backgrounds, the photographer’s lens reveals not just the engineering brilliance of these cars, but also the inherent beauty in their form and details.
Classic and new models from the world’s most famous marques, including Ferrari, Lamborghini, Bugatti, Maserati, Aston Martin, and others will be featured.
With historical and technical profiles by Stuart Codling and commentary by leading automotive designers, Art of the Super Car is a must-have for any automotive enthusiast’s library.
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These full price copies are signed by James Mann. Reviews “If supercars are your thing, it doesn’t get much better than this.” –EVO, 1st February 2012 “Superb studio pics and crisp, informative text make this a must-read for super car alficianados. –Autosport, 19th January 2012 “this must-have book boasts superb photography and a commentary from McLaren designer Frank Stephenson.” –Daily Express, 21st January 2012 4/5 Delicious images and an engaging style –Top Marques, April 2012
Iconic car greetings cards
Stunning A5 (approx) 10 greetings cards with a huge choice of cars cards celebrating some of greatest automobile designs.Photographed in the studio by James Mann for his Art of ….series of books, these blank art cards are available for the first time in packs containing a single design or mixed pack of 10 from the following.
1973 Lotus 72 ex Ronnie Peterson, 1957 Maserati 250F, 1956 Jaguar D Type Ecurie Ecosse Le Mans winner, McLaren F1, 1955 Mercedes W196 Streamliner ex Juan Manuel Fangio, 1978 Ferrari 312T3 ex -Gilles Villeneuve, 1959 Aston Martin DBR1 Le Mans winner, 1970 Porsche 917K Le Mans winner, Lewis Hamilton’s F1 Champ’ winning McLaren MP4/23, Lamborghini Aventador, 1958 Corvette Roadster, 1963 Corvette Coupe, Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato, Auto Union V12, Alfa Romeo Stradale Tipo 33 1959 Ferrari 250GT California, Daytona Cobra, Alfa Romeo 158/9, Austin Healey 100S, Ferrari 275GTB4, Le Mans winning Jaguar C Type, BMW M1, Lamborghini Diablo, Alfa Romeo Guilietta SS, Porsche Carerra GT, Lamborghini Muira, Porsche 356 roadster, Ford GT40 , McLaren M7C double wing, Jaguar E Type S1 roadster, Mercedes 300SL, Ferrari Dino 246, Jaguar S1 coupe, Pagani Zonda F roadster, Toyota 2000GT, Ferrari F40, Mercedes F1 W10, Brawn BGP01, Alpine Renault 110.
Printed on 300gsm card with white envelopes to the highest quality.
Please state which pack you want in your order.Mixed or individual design.
If you would like to see a particular image or images to help you choose, get in touch
Pack price for 10 cards is £25 + £2.80 for UK delivery.
Contact James for car choice on email@example.com and for international P + P and bulk discount.
Pack of 8 A5 ( approx) greetings cars, blank inside for your own message featuring iconic cars photographed in the studio by James Mann, mixed or individual design.
Art of the Classic Sports Car
The Art of the Classic Sports Car offers enthusiasts a beautifully illustrated review of several decades of high-performance cars, featuring cars from around the globe all shot in the studio to ensure a handsome and desirable book. Each featured car includes a profile discussing the car’s place in sports car history along with technical and performance specs as well as a smattering of historical images and period ads.
“What was the first sports car?” will often incite a heated debate among enthusiasts. Still, most car fans feel that they know a sports car when they see one and when asked to name a few will rattle off a remarkably similar list of name plates: Jaguar, Corvette, Triumph, MG, Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lotus, Alfa-Romeo, BMW. Pressed harder, more exotic and obscure brands will emerge: DB, Alpine, Bugatti, Lancia.
Sports cars have offered road and track excitement for nearly 100 years. The original cars evolved for racing, but their appeal and popularity ensured that production versions were soon available for those whose sporting intents never left the boulevard or winding back road.
Along the way, sports cars became more comfortable, sometimes almost practical, and above all handsome. But never have they been boring.