A project based on panels constructed to specifications of vehicles and weapons. I found the intrinsic quality of formed metal to have great aesthetic beauty. While at the same time its purpose and design might have inspiring or ombinous, malefic use.
I constructed panels to the design and dimension of part of a device or vehicle. These were then painted with enamel decals inspired by the nose art of WW2.
Here from left to right you have. (left)1932 Ford Gril cover. Bonneville, (centre two images) panel of the atomic bomb Little Boy. (right) Salt flat racer