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CDN-GM Interactive Design Contest 2013 – Cadillac Brief [w/Video]

Thu, 22 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Tomorrow is the day you've all been waiting for – the launch of the CDN-GM Interactive Design Contest – and so we bring you details of the penultimate brief for Cadillac. Brief Three: Cadillac ‘Looking 12 years into the future – while considering global luxury customers, competitors and trends – how would you evolve the Cadillac Art and Science exterior design language based upon your interpretation of the brand along with incorporating unique American equities and luxury values?' You should consider delivering a visually premium aesthetic through restraint and timelessness, but in a way that is dramatically Cadillac and most importantly celebrates the beauty of the car. The final proposal is worth 30 percent of the overall mark and includes a brief summary of the target customer, key competitors and luxury trends, and an image board on at least two of the following: Visual Craftsmanship; Modern Automotive Beauty; Visual Restraint and American Luxury.

RM Auctions to offer ex-works Ducatis at Monaco event

Wed, 18 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800

RM Auctions took a break from its Arizona dealings to drop a release about its upcoming Monaco event featuring 100 classic and rare Ducati motorcycles. The Saltarelli Collection will be on sale at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco, May 10-12, in Monte Carlo. Alongside the Saltarelli Collection, Ducati will offer a selection of classic motorcycles from its factory and museum.

Clay modeler turns steel sculptor in new exhibition

Thu, 19 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700

A GM Holden clay modeler who has used his skills to transform scrap metal into over 400 works of art will display his creations at an new exhibition in Melbourne, Australia.   Jamie Schena, whose sculptures will be displayed in his ‘Mechanisation' show at custom bike shop Gasolina, sold his first artwork in 2001 after starting to sculpt models from bits of scrap metal lying around his father's workshop. After helping to rebuild engines and design farm machinery in his family's mechanical and engineering business, he moved to Melbourne to study Industrial Design at Monash University.