Fine Art Print

The Queen of the Steering Wheel

Bugatti - Eliska Junkova - Targa Florio - 1928

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3D artwork

Created From Scratch

What you see is not a photograph. It is a 3D artwork featuring authentic renderings, all designed and built in 3D from scratch. This is how we capture and recreate moments from modern and historic motorsport in an artwork like never seen before.

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Recreating moments from modern and historic motorsport, Automobilist is highly recognised for their sophisticated 3D artwork.

Story behind

Eliška Junková at Targa Florio

Eliska’s male counterparts didn’t think she was physically strong enough to be taken as a serious competitor. What they didn’t count on, however, was that what she was missing in muscles, she more than made up for with brains. Before the race she walked the entire 108 kilometer (67 mile) course and mapped out every detail. This intelligence helped her gain the lead position during the second lap of the race. She ended up placing fifth, due to engine trouble, but still beat 25 other world-class male drivers to the finishing line. Madame Junek unfortunately left the world of racing after her husband was tragically killed on the Nürburgring during the 1928 German Grand Prix only two months later.

Result

The Final Artwork

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The Queen of the Steering Wheel - Bugatti - Eliska Junkova - Targa Florio - 1928

Sale price$202.00

Select size: 50 x 24 cm (19 ⅝ x 9 ⅖ in) | Edition of 150

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Product description

Automobilist x Eliška Junková

Eliska’s male counterparts didn’t think she was physically strong enough to be taken as a serious competitor. What they didn’t count on, however, was that what she was missing in muscles, she more than made up for with brains. Before the race she walked the entire 108 kilometer (67 mile) course and mapped out every detail. This intelligence helped her gain the lead position during the second lap of the race. She ended up placing fifth, due to engine trouble, but still beat 25 other world-class male drivers to the finishing line. Madame Junek unfortunately left the world of racing after her husband was tragically killed on the Nürburgring during the 1928 German Grand Prix only two months later.

Technology

3D modelling and CGI compositing

Production

High-quality offset print

Material

Premium heavyweight 175 g/m2 paper

Paper finish

Matte, textured paper

How it's done

The Magic Behind

We design each print using a world-unique combination of 3D renderings and CGI technology allowing us to re-create each car to precise coats of paint and scratches with a level of detail never seen before.

About

Automobilist

We are a team of artists, creative thinkers, solution finders, automotive and motorsport aficionados, and perfectionists dedicated to design anything automotive. Creating premium 3D artwork for automotive enthusiasts around the world since 2012.