Explore what makes a car iconic through the lens of art, design, and advertising in this book.
Miles S. Nadal's Dare to Dream Automotive Museum is filled with automotive icons like the Aston Martin DB5, a Ford GT with Gulf Oil livery, and Jaguar E-Type. But what makes them so memorable? Iconic: Art, Design, Advertising, and the Automobile investigates this, via histories from award-winning author Ken Gross, photographs from Michael Furman, interviews with automotive luminaries like Jay Leno and Bruce Meyer, and over 200 total illustrations. Accompanied by an essay on advertising by marketer Chuck Porter, it's an outstanding read for auto, design, and ad enthusiasts, and a satisfying browse for anyone who likes looking at images of some of the most iconic automobiles ever made.
10" x 13" / 342 pages / 8.25 lbs