Artist Matúš Procháczka Creates Possible 2035 Dallara DW30 Indycar Chassis Design
Matúš Procháczka is an artist from Bratislava, Slovakia. He specializes in future rendering for the automotive and motorsports world. He has released possible renderings of the Dallara DW30 chassis for 2035. Future renderings pictured below feature Scott Dixon, Helio Castroneves, Will Power, Ryan Hunter-Reay as well as an Always Evolving machine driven by James Davison.
One of the photos below is slightly different than the others. You’ll see Matúš Procháczka has introduced a possible safety solution. A photo render of Scott Dixon offers a possible semi closed canopy solution of the Verizon Indycar Series.
“The combination of digital Renderings, spray paint and hand painting attracted me since a long time” says, Matúš Procháczka. “The combination creates a unique outcome. That fits perfectly the unique world of concept design. It a composition of technical details created in 3D Programs with an artsy touch created by traditional art skills.”
Matúš Procháczka has a passion for futuristic cars with a mix of traditional painting. If you are interested in his work or if you have your own idea of an artwork just contact him via email [email protected].
2035 Dallara DW30 Indycar Chassis Photos
The artwork is available via several formats
Absolutely non-reflective matte canvas, with no disturbing reflections of lights, or windows. Print is realized by professional printers using pigments instead of ink, so the painting colors are rich and long time lasting. Framed, or simply wrapped over 2 cm or 4,5 cm thick wooden frame.
Aluminium DIBOND print
Very light weight and quality look of print, standing 1 cm out of wall. Picture printed directly on 1 mm thick aluminium plate, doubled by 2nd aluminium layer, creating compound material with black foam core. Fit perfect for combinations of 2 or more divided prints in horizontal row.
Fine art paper print
Realization on Hahnemühle matte quality papers, which are used in galleries. Natural structure with coating allows to keep perfect detail. Framed in big range of frames for paintings. Important is that print is protected by museum glass, that is 70% non-reflective.
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