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This designer revisits legendary cars by mixing them with wild animals

Car manufacturers redouble inventiveness to offer us ever more innovative and aesthetic vehicles. Yet, the vintage has a charm that can not be explained and the cars of 60s / 70s always have this timeless charisma that makes them true vehicles of legend.

Whether it's theAston Martin DB5 of 1963 or the Ford-250 of 1967 (to name a few), these cars remind us of the old times and romantic period movies. And if you want to get one of these models today in excellent condition with original parts, you can be sure you have to pay a small fortune to get there. So, rather than buying one of the vehicles vintage which makes him dream, our artist of the day decided to make it the main subject of his creative project.

Frederic Müller is a designate that does not necessarily associate vintage vehicles with old romantic films, but rather with wild animals. Because yes, he embarked on a surprising creative project where he enjoys revisiting 5 legendary cars by mixing them with different animals. So, in the fantastic world of Frederic Müller, theAston Martin DB5 from 1963 is transformed into hippopotamuswhile the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray from 1968 plays it rather alligator. The Ford-250 of 1967 sports his most beautiful mane of Lion while Fiat 600S of 1977 takes on the appearance of a panda. We let you discover below these beautiful hijackings of cars from legend and we invite you to visit the portfolio of the Swiss artist Frederic Müller to learn more about his universe.

Aston Martin DB5 (1963) x Hippopotamus

Credits: Frederic Müller

Credits: Frederic Müller

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (1968) x Alligator

Credits: Frederic Müller

Credits: Frederic Müller

Ford-250 (1967) x Lion

Credits: Frederic Müller

Credits: Frederic Müller

Fiat 600S (1977) x Panda

Credits: Frederic Müller

Credits: Frederic Müller

Imagined by:Frederic Müller

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