This art print features the Ferrari Modulo Concept Car and a mid-century modern bank building in Tucson, Arizona. The Iconic Cars and Architecture Illustration Series juxtapose some the quintessential design achievements of the twentieth century.
First shown at the 1970 Geneva Motor Show, the Ferrari Modulo Concept was designed by Paolo Martin of Pininfarina. The futuristic Ferrari Modulo Concept car would look right at home in any number of Sci-Fi movies. Here it is depicted in front of a Mid-Century Modern bank building in Tucson, Arizona. Designed by W.A. Sarmiento, Tucson Western Savings at El Con, is a Southwestern mid-century modern landmark.
Professionally printed using only the highest quality materials on fine acid-free art bright white paper.
Frame Not Included.
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