Adding to the previous and earlier blog about crazy art cars in Los Angeles, we have a few more to add. You can check out the original post here.
We needed to throw in a graffiti bus found down in Venice, for what is an art car posting without the a cool-ass bus in it?
What do you to with that old police interceptor? You turn it into the Peace car, at least that’s what these guys did. Hey, it’s the peace car, not the pa-lease car.
Heck we know who these guys are, but in all fun we want to leave it up to the viewer to guess what this picture is all about. An anarchy van, a strip club, masks and a pirate flag? All we can say is they are up to no good …
How did this end up here? Oh, well happy marriage you two – Gabe and Bridget get married!!!
We needed to add one more crazy art car pick, this van is seen lurking around Hollywood, and we love it for its tribute to those things dead and satanic. Go Turbo Lover we love you!
Though not unique to Los Angeles, this beautiful city has a collection of cars that people have taken and personalized in such a way that we are sure they are one of a kind. So without out further ado the blog brings you the first few photos in a series of car photos that speak so loudly they couldn’t be ignored:
Well, obviously a heavy drinker’s car. Not only does the car float with so much cork on it, when the owner drives drunk he is protected from small fender benders. Wine anyone?
Yes, not only does this car scream Nor-Cal with the “Hella” lights, it also hella is an advertisement for cigs, Camel cigs. L.A. the Blog hopes the owner won the car from collecting Camel cash.
This car is made of so many miscellaneous red items that we can’t really classify the car, but choose to call it “Classy Red.”
We thought this car just looked rather cool and fast …
Call it art! Call it vandalism! Call it the protest that its name implies, but whatever it is (maybe I should just ask??) these pics circulating online show once again that making a statement requires little else than a few drops of paint and an idea. L.A. the Blog applauds “Persecution Takes a Holiday In L.A.”:
PS – If you have more pics send them my way!!!
UPDATE: Added in June 2012 is some more pics from the project.