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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Vehicle Design: Jaguar E Type Inspired Submarine

Legendary cars are always good "shape-helpers" to me...

Photo: Wikimedia

By the way, this bird controlled and Jaguar inspired submarine is part of a range of designs of mine (mainly out of "Toby Skybuckle" and "Motorbirds" visdev things) which will be exhibited at the Top International Designers Show in the scope of this year's Shanghai Design Exhibition.

Photo: Wikimedia

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  1. Ooooh, nice one! I always wanted a Jag E-type, nice adaptation. Do you remember the one from 'Harald and Maude', the E-type / Hearse?

  2. here's a picture http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_CeukNfCFp3s/S-RFHT6Ic-I/AAAAAAAABbo/UKilp--LI1c/s1600/hearse.jpg

  3. Cheers, Tom!

    Uli, thanks :) Me too, I guess the old German Jerry Cotton movies caused my exitement for the E type. And yeah, I remember the one from H&M, smashing rear end! :) Thanks for the link!

  4. it is very good i liked it soo much good work