• Pierre Arpin's automotive art

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  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art

  • Pierre Arpin's automotive art



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We've all heard the argument that cars can't be art. As a commodity, vehicles are slaves to parameters of functionality, manufacturing and economics that simply have no bearing on traditional works, but Canadian sculptor Pierre Arpin believes that shouldn't stop car parts from ascending beyond their usual lot in life. While waiting in a repair shop, Arpin spotted a trashed hood and asked to take it home. The shop obliged, starting the artist down a lengthy path of creation. While he typically fa

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