Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Playdough Car Paintings And The Amputee

On the outskirts of San Fernando, Trinidad, a series of Japanese cars are painted in a tyre shop as if the were molded from plasticine.

By all means, this painting of a car has the owner of the tyre shop shop very proud. It is part of a series of cars and auto parts which are painted along the entire length of a garage. Customers should feel confident that their repairs are being undertaken by the best professionals and the wall paintings show a sample of what to expect.

Although the artist finds his blue sports car to be wicked, something is rather out of whack. The side panel looks bent. Perhaps his reference was a matchbox car made from plasticine.

An amputee repairing your tyre

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