We’ve seen artists manipulate cars digitally to become sculptures, in weird, fascinating ways. But to manipulate a car in the real world in such a way is a much tougher job. So this “glitched” 1988 Plymouth Caravelle stands out for how bizarre and impressive it looks. Standing on it’s hood, the generic old Plymouth has been split, cut, and reattached in ways that make it look like a badly mangled image. The sharp, disjointed pieces look like they could have come from a fast copy job, hence the name of the art, Carbon Copy.
Very unique and impressive work, from Calgary-based artists Caitlind r.c. Brown and Wayne Garrett