This is what Niels has to say about his work:
This 911, built by Porsche between 1975 and 1989 on the "G-Series" platform, was known especially because of the 911 Turbo from the era: the fastest production car available in Germany at the time. Very fast but also rather demanding on high speeds because of its short wheelbase, rear engine and turbo-lag. The interior is simple, but very well executed. The basic horizontal layout is still being used today in Porsche interiors. I just love this car’s strong 80’s character. It suits well in the time of Michael Jackson’s Thriller and the Knight Rider TV series: a true eighties interpretation of the 911 concept. Rough around the edges with its large amounts of black plastic, fantastic deep dish Fuchs wheels and compact proportions. I captured the character of the car in a rough, almost harsh way of illustrating it in high contrast black and white.
Artwork by Niels van Roij
Printed on 240 GR photo paper.
Small - 297mm x 420mm + 297mm x 105mm // 11.7" x 16.5" + 11.7" x 4.13"
Medium - 420mm x 594mm + 420mm x 150mm // 16.5" x 23.4" + 16.5" x 5.9"
Large - 594mm x 841mm + 594mm x 210mm // 23.4" x 33.11" + 23.4" x 8.27"
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