Rad And Wild #SEMA2014 Car show Part 2 (69 px)

wheelsandheelsmag.com / Las Vegas, NV / Py Pai - One of the immediate sensory attacks is the visual appearances during the 2014 SEMA car show.  There were so many varying car arts on their hoods, side doors, trunk covers, bummers, or even in the futuristic 3D printing form.

In the olden days, car arts were articulated through their pinstripes' curves and lines.  Sometimes, flame impression was thrown into the mix.  However that was the 50's and now half a century later, things have changed dramatically.  With the invention of car wrapping technology, the sky is the limit as to what you can do with the exterior of the car.  Adding a company logo is very 1980's.  Then adding some of the artistic brush strokes or bold color shapes were the 90's.  Added the pure chrome reflective looks (e.g. Justin Bieber's chrome Fisker) is now the 2K century!  We also got a peek at the 21st century's destined form of car construction and creative expression using 3D printing technology to build your ultimate personalized or specialized cars.  We definitely look forward to the left side and right side of the brainers coming together and build us some of the most beautiful, elegant, efficient, and powerful cars!

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