Nomo Design Auto Icon Screen Prints

Though our knowledge of automobiles is far from expansive here at Coolector HQ, we are big fans of design and there are few spheres in which design is more rampant than in the world of cars and that’s something that is being celebrated superbly well in these Auto Icon Screen Prints from Nomo Design which are currently being funded over on Kickstarter.

Nomo Design are no strangers to the pages of The Coolector and we’ve featured projects from this cracking Chicago based design studio before so we weren’t surprised to see that the latest series of prints from Jerome Daksiewicz and his Nomo Design set up was equally as awesome.

The Auto Icon collection of prints is a series of serigraph prints illustrating history’s most iconic automobiles and, if you’re a fan of the industry, you’ll likely want some hanging in your workspace as soon as possible. Celebrating the ways in which automobile design has changed over the decades, these excellent looking prints are ideal for those who love the minimalist aesthetic and will add a touch of automotive cool to your walls. Check out a few of these smashing prints below:

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Within this Kickstarter series of prints,Jerome Daksiewicz has created 28 striking illustrations which spans from the 1908 Ford Model-T to the 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air to the BMW i Series and this will certainly appeal to any man looking for some understated automotive artwork for their home or office.

Each print is a 18″x24″ serigraph on 100# paper in each manufacturer’s brand colour. The prints will be stamped and signed on the back for an extra level of uniqueness. We love minimalist design like this here at The Coolector and we’re not surprised to see this top notch project has already exceeded it’s funding target over on Kickstarter.

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