Are you sick of the crazy car designs being coming out of the automakers' fancy design studios? Think you can do better? Artist and veteran car designer Nick Pugh can help you. On his website Nick details his services that allow you to work with him to design your own personal concept car. The end result is a photo-illustration of your car printed on Crystal Archive digital paper, framed as an art piece and sent to your home. The process begins with a questionnaire in which you provide your background, physique and general tastes. Pugh then creates sketches based on this information and lets you choose the direction of the design from these at a follow-up meeting. There's no mention of how much this costs, but Christmas is coming and this is probably cheaper than your idea of a sports car in the driveway with a big red bow on the roof.
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