Part of a series telling the personal story of one very special Ferrari F8 Spider owner

You are most likely here because you are a petrolhead. 
When a Porsche Carrera GT revving is just annoying noise to others - it's a spine-tingling symphony in your ears. 
When your spouse wants a new dining table, you're thinking about the rims you could have gotten instead.
And instead of spending your hard earned money on sensible things like decorative pottery, quilts or yoga classes, you prefer getting your car turned into a one-off piece of art.

You're absolutely nuts. And that's awesome!
Now that we have established that you've probably inhaled too many gasoline fumes to be mentally stable, it seems to be the right time to get down to business.


I create one-off, tailor-made pieces of art portraying your car(s) and telling your personal automotive story.
The final pieces are typically either delivered digitally or as prints on the very best museum-grade paper or canvas.
I also offer digital files so you can print the illustration yourself.
Size is completely up to you. I offer both very small prints and banner-size prints. (Price for the artwork is generally the same regardless of print size).

I don't offer framing, as it's extremely costly (and impractical) to ship compared to having it done yourself locally.

To ensure the artwork stays unique, all of my commissioned artworks will only ever be available to that particular client.


My work is based your specific wishes and needs, so our dialogue is going to be a very important part of the creative process, whether you want to just have a nice illustration of your car (or any car), or you want me to help tell a personal story of yours.
You can be as involved as you want; some of my clients enjoy being deeply involved in every single step, and some prefer to leave it all to me.
It´s all up to you. Either way, I'll do my very best to get the relevant details as authentic as possible.


Since no two pieces of artwork are the same, the same is the case for the price.
Just like speccing a car, your investment depends very much on complexity, detail, size etc. The more complex (number of elements, customization etc) , the more work is involved.
Typically, prices start from 1,000 € and up.

If you'd like to know how I can create a design that meets your needs and how much you'd invest in your specific project, contact me and let's have a talk about your thoughts and needs.
I can also help you come up with relatively rational explanations and excuses for you to pass on to your significant other.


"Can I purchase the artworks and posters in your portfolio?"
Yes, but only some of them, and only thru my partner Lazenby Visuals 

"Just how bespoke and close to my own car can you make my artwork?"
As close and detailed as you want it. 

"Can you make me a poster or print in e.g. a classic motorsport poster style?"


"Do you need reference material of my particular car?"
Reference photos will be helpful, but not always necessary. It depends on how many custom details your car has.

"I am very particular about what I want. Ok, I'm actually a perfectionist. Is that ok?"

Yes. Absolutely. We'll talk about and agree on each step of the process, and I won't move forward before you're satisfied.

"Can you do my scooter, bike, boat or motorbike?"

"I like one of your existing designs, but the colours or details are wrong. Can you change them so it looks like my car?"
It depends. Many of my works are commissioned one-off artworks, and they will of course stay that way. 
If the particular piece in question is not a one-off, I will be happy to change the colours to suit your preferences. 
The price for the final design is the same as the other one-off designs.

"How are the artworks delivered?"
Physical prints are typically delivered rolled in a sturdy tube.
Digital files are delivered via online transfer services.

"Is shipping & handling included in the prices shown?"
All prices are excl. shipping & handling.

"How does payment work?"
50% up front. 50% upon completion of artwork and before shipping.

Any other questions?
Please don't hesitate to ask.