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by Jeff Dworin
Nowadays your average supercar can be piloted by a teenager with relative safety. That's because all the electronic nannies come built in. There was a time when it took skill to drive a car hard. We still envy those analog supercars and those who wheel them.
Shirt Color: Lightweight Grey
Sale ended: 02-05-2017
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Artist Specs
  • Name: Jeff Dworin
  • Location: Rochester Hills, MI
Artist Profile
Jeff is an art director and a serious car guy with a head crammed full of arcane automotive facts. He works on various automotive accounts for an advertising agency in Michigan. His designs usually begin as notebook doodles and later morph into something more complete. He’s been drawing cars, photographing cars and talking about cars for most of his life. He likes vintage pickup trucks and drives his NA Miata during the brief Michigan summers.