A multidisciplinary Texas artist, Cale Funderburk's minimalist auto print series is the result of him marrying his skills in the studio with what he spends his time doing outside of it: working as a racing mechanic and fabricator, building everything from TAG Go-Karts to Formula racecars. The collection features both iconic and modern whips, which're available printed on a slew of canvas sizes, or, should your walls already be consumed by too many other framed masterworks, on a t-shirt, phone case, or even a throw pillow. We've posted a few standouts below:
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1991 McLaren MP4/6 Formula 1 Race Car The first McLaren to be powered by a Honda V12 engine, this beast was considered by some to be the most competitive car in the field. That is, until Williams debuted the FW14, which was clearly more aerodynamic and technically advanced.
Porsche 917K The car that secured Porsche its first overall wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1970 and 1971, this particular 917K style became a moviestar around the same time thanks to its role in the '71 Steve McQueen flick Le Mans.
Ford GT40 Originally produced to win long-distances races against Ferrari, this American-British designed rig was powered by a series of American-built engines, and ended up winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans four consecutive times, from '66-'69.