Friday 22 October, 2010 | By Dale

Bam + Vogue + an IS350


Surfacing a couple days ago, this video really caught my eye. Car and art culture is a big part of SNTRL and when those things are put together, its magic. Graffiti artists Bam and Vogue were asked to completely transform the surface of Johnson Jeng’s Lexus IS350. There has been a lot of cars re-done artistically (BMW’s art cars for instance) but this free hand spray paint work really takes the cake. The car was originally covered in sharpie (yes sharpie), but after masking it up, Bam and Vogue decided to do an inspired good versus evil canvas. All done in a Lexus dealership! Best part is the car actually gets driven like its supposed to. Sick!

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Dale's first love are cars and motorcycles. All things fashion come in a close second. Art, music, and exploring different cultures are what keep his addictions to cars and fashion grounded. Follow Dale on his person blog tunedmotion.com. Hit him up at [email protected]


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