I remember as a kid spending countless hours playing with Legos. I was happy if whatever I built didn't crash down under its own weight. Not so with the Arvo brothers (legends within the Lego community). These two take lego building to a whole new level, and beyond. Just as Wilco Machiels creates Porsche Dioramas like no one else, the Arvo …Continue to the full article
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This is not Art, It’s a Crime!
The video is a bit old, but I'm just seeing it for the first time so I thought I would share. I'm all for expressing yourself, but why ruin a perfectly good 997 in the process?? Admittedly, the view from inside while the crusher is operating is eye popping (bad pun intended). If the artist really wanted to express himself, it would have …Continue to the full article
Porsche RS60: The Giant Killer
Porsche AG’s first fully purpose-built racing car came in 1953 in the form of the 550 Spyder. The first major win for the 550 came at the 1956 Targa Florio, driven by Umberto Maglioli. The 550 was further developed into the 718 RSK, another successful winning racer. These wins by the light, small-displacement Porsche race cars against …Continue to the full article
A Masters Degree in Extreme Porsche Modeling
When was the last time you were truly blown away by something? What was the last thing you viewed where the quality and craftsmanship were so superbly rendered that you were actually left speechless? It doesn't happen to me often, but when it does, it's a great feeling and usually I want to tell everyone as loud and often as possible. Not so in …Continue to the full article
A Porsche Model Like No Other
Art can mean so many things to so many people (remember this Porsche based artwork?). It’s probably one of the most subjective topics there is and one of the hardest to define. While we here at 993C4S are not always able to define what art is, we definitely know it when we see it (borrowing liberally from Justice Potter Stewart)! Recently, …Continue to the full article
Gold and Tweed Covered Porsches…. Why?
Just because you can do something, doesn't mean you always should. Such is the case with designer Veronique Branquinho's latest industrial creation. Better known for her upscale clothing boutiques, Veronique recently unveiled a Porsche 911 covered completely in tweed (inside and out) as part of an ongoing exhibition combining fashion and …Continue to the full article
A Porsche Cayenne as the Basis for Sculpture by Plamen Dejanoff
A lot of the people I talk to tell me they think their Porsche is a "work of art." I find it hard to disagree. The iconic design of the Porsche 911 got its start 40 years ago with the introduction of the type 901 by Professor Ferdinand Alexander “Butzi” Porsche. In fact, today's modern Porsche 997s (and every model leading up to it) took their …Continue to the full article
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