Is it a Supra or a DeLorean? Or something different entirely?
Die-hard Star Wars fans might take issue with a few details. The rest of us will ooh and aah.
Hey, it's better than "Wash Me".
Toronto Blue Jays Pitcher Blake McFarland was contacted by Goodyear to create two tire sculptures for the 81st Goodyear Cotton Bowl.
Aston Martin recreated the image of a Vanquish entirely out of scraps of leather from the upholstery workshop. The finished product is perhaps the most stunning exercise in recycling that we've ever seen.
Fabian Oefner announced last month a return to his muse, the car, for the second installment of his photography series 'Disintegration'.
The $15-million collection of confiscated art from a biodiesel fraudster will soon hit the auction block at Christie's. A fascinating read tells the story and shows some of these works.
For the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed, Mazda is creating the annual sculpture. This year it features a 787B and Vision Gran Turismo rising 131 feet over the event on twisting steel beams.
A German parking enforcement officer got a laugh last week when they ticketed a sculpture of an impossible object.
A dozen artists were asked to create their own pieces based on 1:18 scale models of the Rolls-Royce Ghost, each of which will be auctioned off to raise funds for breast cancer.
A crane toppled in front the Dallas Museum of Art. However, given its interesting position, some bystanders confused it for a new sculpture.
Nissan Leaf helps create world's largest glow-in-the-dark painting with its tires.
A father-son duo in China are using scrap metal and old auto parts to create massive replicas of the robots from Transformers. Watch the video, here.
Photographer and model maker Michael Paul Smith has created a nostalgic look at the 1950s in 1/24 scale by combining replicas of classic cars with his own miniature buildings from the fictional town of Elgin Park. As a collection of his work is released in an upcoming book, this short documentary looks at the artist's inspiration for the project.