I got carried away on this one...
Here is my trailer I use to cart a Trabant when I think it is a good idea. (There are a couple of things that constitute good idea in this regard.) Anyway, the seal coat on the wood was failing so I went to Menard's to get some mis-tint deck seal, unfortunately, or fortunately since otherwise I might not have thought to do this, they only had white based deck seal.
So here is what I did. Is it art? I think it would be cool if it shows in google earth next year.
Someone else has this print shown as Trabant art. Here is one for sale. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Trabant-Tra...6376808?pt=AU_Art_Posters&hash=item4174701568
In case someone is looking. In the event that the acution ends and or is pulled, here is the seller's name, from Australia.
I can't remember where I saw it in the forum but someone made a really nice Trabant clock. I made this clock thermometer set a few years ago and just dug them out of the Keller. Since I made them, maybe they are folk art? Have a look.
Keri made the nice clock, it sits on my desk at work
I knew it. Where is that picture of it. I forgot. It is beautiful, unlike mine, just look like something diy.
enjoyed the Bentleys, knew two of their drivers, Butch Leitzenger and Johnny Herbert, And also the Porsche 917s, have met Vic Elford numerous times
Trabants look great IN or AS works of art….
But they also do great embellished WITH works of art!
In this case, Vladimir Lebedev's 1920 masterpiece Mayday Procession Of Workers
Take a car made in a country that honored Mayday and Haymarket, put Mayday artwork on both doors, and park it in front of The Haymarket Memorial in Chicago!
We'll be back yet again on Mayday, and yes, we've been to the Haymarket martyrs gravesite as well.
Put another way.... Parked in front of a work of art, while displaying a work of art, and of course, being a work of art!
The guy with the black sledge hammer kooks kind of like me ( when I was younger & thinner, of course)
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