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    ETC: Jaguar sculpture by RCA design students is a minimal beauty
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    With its well-deserved reputation for high design, it is not particularly surprising to see Jaguar reaching outside of the automotive realm for future inspiration. To that end, the British automaker recently enlisted the talents of students at the Royal College of Art to create a piece of ...

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    RCA design students collaborate with Bentley on the Flying B of the future
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    Royal College of Art design students work with Bentley – Click above or below for high-res image gallery
    Seems like everybody and their cousin wants to design cars. But even with the right training, it can still be tough for an aspiring auto stylist to break into the field. Bentley, ...

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    RCA grads design eco-friendly concepts for the future
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    Click above for more RCA Eco-Friendly ConceptsWhenever car design students tackle a project with as little direction as designing a "future eco-friendly automobile," you know that the designs will bear little resemblance to what's currently available. Still, when it's students from the Royal ...

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    Daedalus concept re-imagines the family car
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    The Royal College of Art's 2006 award for Best Overall Concept Car has been won by 24 year-old Jonathan Punter, for his Daedalus family car. The radical concept also captured the Best Design Interpretation Award.In the catalog for the RCA's annual Summer Show, Punter describes the approach to ...

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    Fantastic plastic sparks freaky future designs
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    Here at Autoblog we are flat-out fascinated by concept cars, the wilder the better. The design shown above is one of the award winners in the Royal College of Art's recent "PLASTicon" project, sponsored by GE Plastics (the creators of lexan and other wonder materials).As you might expect, the ...

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    BMW components a work of art
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    Vehicle Design students at the Royal College of Art in London, England, received an interesting request from BMW. Company officials stopped by and asked them to compose works of art using parts from the German automaker's vehicles. Fourteen entries were submitted, and five ...

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