For all you enthusiasts out there, here’s a Kickstarter campaign to support with your automotive-inspired dollars.
Hot Rod artist Ryan Curtis is raising money to reproduce his black and white illustrations on speed limit signs. Each regulatory-correct sign will be produced in a limited number, with each sign bearing Ryan’s signature. He will also number each sign.
Ryan has a pledge level in effect with his campaign, whereas if you pledge as little as $5, you’ll receive a Chopped Merc postcard in the mail. If you pledge $30, you’ll receive an 18″x24″ print, signed and shipped to you. If you are truly committed, you can pledge $3,500. With that, Ryan will create an original enamel painting on a speed limit sign, featuring the vehicle of your choice.
This is a pretty sweet and original idea. Support Ryan to help achieve his goal of some truly unique art.
Phoenix, AZ – SIN Customs hot rod artist Ryan Curtis has launched a Kickstarter.com campaign focused on custom-designed, hot rod speed limit signs. The series of three hot rod illustrations are part of a limited edition sign set offered to the public and car enthusiasts alike through KickStarter.
The collection, “Speed Limit Collection – 001,” features images of classic hot rod cars on regulatory speed limit signs. In an effort to bring Curtis’ unique style of art to collectors and car enthusiasts alike the Kickstarter campaign will showcase these signs, as well as postcards and prints.
“As a vehicle enthusiast and illustrator I have always enjoyed drawing custom cars and hot rods,” says Curtis. “The Speed Limit Collection – 001″ is the first of a series of vehicles to be drawn on speed limit signs. I have high hopes for this collection and am excited to see where this project takes me!”
“What makes this exciting, is that this is a great opportunity for people who enjoy automotive art, hot rods or collectables to purchase at a prerelease price, and receive collectible artwork that will look good in any home, office or a garage.”
Ryan Curtis is a professional hot rod artist, illustrator and designer. His experience as an illustrator and art director have been widely praised by numerous printers, magazines, design studios and advertising agencies. In 2007, Curtis started SIN Customs, a small design and illustration studio that he operates in San Tan Valley, Arizona.
For more information please visit www.SINcustoms.com or visit http://www.kickstarter.com/
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