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1968 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA Sprint - Giallo Ocra - Limited Edition poster print

Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA Sprint - Giallo OcraLaunched in 1965, the Giulia (also known as a Series 105) was one of Alfa Romeo's most notable sports saloons. This print is of the GTA Sprint (Gran Turismo Alleggerita) which is a lightweight racing version of the road car. Depicted here in it's usual scenario - being driven enthusiastically on track. Accurate and detailed, this print features unique attributes of the original car, but given a stylised and contemporary graphic treatment to look distinct and stylish on your wall. The model year paint code, where available, is featured in the bottom left-hand corner of the print. Quality: Litho print onto 250gsm offset paper stock for vibrant and accurate colour reproduction. Dimensions: 50 x 70cm to fit in a standard frame, e.g. from Ikea. Supplied unframed allowing you to match it to your own decor. Shipping: Supplied inside a strong 2.5mm card tube

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars from 1 review (1 Review)
20/12/2020
Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Incredible print of a car that changed rallie forever, definitely 5 stars.

1985 Lancia Delta S4 Group B - Limited Edition poster print
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Darren Curtis artist of Motive Culture, digital motorsport artwork posters and prints

About

Motive Culture (AKA automotive illustrator Darren Curtis) creator of individual automotive prints. Founded in October 2017 and launched at the NEC Classic Motor Show a year later, in November 2018.

Since then Motive Culture has attended numerous shows including the International Historic Motorsport show Race Retro 2019 at Stoneleigh, Coventry; Bicester Heritage Sunday Scramble and the first sponsored; show Classics at the Clubhouse, in Kingsclere, Hampshire.

I wanted to add something different to my prints, a graphic twist. Using the Motive Culture logo with its stripes and a large roundel, sets the design. The MkI MX5 prints, for instance, have strong backgrounds, giving them a bold identity. Those who order Motive Culture prints are getting exclusive pieces because I don't produce thousands of each design. Even the off-the-shelf designs are produced in low volumes and of course a print of an individual car is genuinely unique. Ultimately, it's about capturing an enthusiast's passion in a print.

Magnus Walker, renowned Porsche ambassador speaking about porsche official posters and prints

Sharing poster chat with Magnus Walker, renowned Porsche ambassador.

Why Motive Culture?

The word 'Motive' is a pro-active, positive word of a driving of passion, but also it's conveniently part of the word automotive, a word the founder has been involved with most of his life. 'Culture' is a definitive way of life, a following and a bringing together of liked minded ideas and people. Pairing these words together creates a powerful brand, with room to grow and flourish.

The logo is a graphic play of the above, but also motorsport, driving, winning, cornering and a powerful iconic automotive emblem. Perfect for the brand.

I'd like to expand Motive Culture to work in partnership with other established brands too, offering bespoke commissions to promote their products. Some watch companies establish these relationships, so it would be great to produce licensed collaborations. We're currently establishing connections with a selection of companies.

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