Wednesday, July 31, 2013

POP YA HOOD! Car Bonnet Comic Based Street Art Revs All Engines

You see it in movies like The Fast and The Furious, or even at your local skateboard park after dark, people pop the hoods of their favourite set of wheels and 'oohhh' and 'ahhh' at the engineering genius that is the engine. Well, Corrado Murals are one company ensuring in future, all acclaim will be directed solely at the bonnet.

Dubbed 'Hoodliners',  just check out these comic-based beasties;

The ultimate way to personalise your car, Corrado promise the paint used is durable automotive grade acrylic that can withstand 400 degree temperatures. While I would take that as inspiration to get one of the Human Torch, here are a few more of a darker nature...

 What do you think?  To see the full range of Hoodliners Corrado have created, including Star Wars, Transformers and more Hulk and Wolverine works, visit their official website after the jump.

3 comments:

  1. You know what I want? A vespa. Tricked out with a superheroine goodness on the front. And I'll wave and say "Ciao Bella!" to everyone while riding by at 15 mph.
    Cause that's how I roll.
    Slow and nerdy.

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  2. I know a few people in a Vespa club Random, they are part of a Ska music scene, so they'd be able to set you up no worries. You know who would be cool, Dagger, with her arm extended up to the headlight and Cloak whirling all around her. She was made for airbrushing!

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  3. That would be pretty, Dan. You know who else would fit? The Crimson Fox! And at least one of her is European, so it fits!
    Oooh! Oooh! Or Bea! Can't you just see those green flames floating back?

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