This art print features a Porsche 914-6 GT and the Lovell Beach House in Newport Beach, California. Our Iconic Cars and Architecture Illustration Series juxtapose some the quintessential design achievements of the twentieth century.
The Porsche 914 was produced between1969–1976, as part of a partnership between Porsche and Volkswagen. Historically, many Porsche purists have been maligned as a “poor man’s Porsche”. Today, the six cylinder version 914/6 is prized by many Porsche aficionados. The GT option, with its box-like steel fender flares, is even more special.
The Lovell Beach House is located in Newport Beach, California. Designed by Rudolf Schindler, the building was completed in 1926 and is considered a landmarks of early modern architecture.
Professionally printed using only the highest quality materials on fine acid-free art bright white paper.
Frame Not Included.
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