UK-based artist chris labrooy continues to make/share his unique art involving bent and turned cars in impossible artistic ways. He calls it ‘auto elastics‘, auto elastics explores with a new series inspired by Japan’s capital city and kisho kurokawa’s nakagin landmark capsule tower. ‘Tokyo’, a follow up to labrooy’s ‘tales of auto elasticity’ previously featured on designboom(to see click here).

Chris labrooy is also known for doing work for Nike amongst other renowned companies.

For this new piece of work he features four vehicles; a Honda NSX, Datsun/Nissan 240Z, Datsun/Nissan skyline GT-R and the Toyota AE86. The cars are digitally distorted, stretched, twisted and tangled as they drive through the empty urban landscape. Have a look at the video in which you can see two original cars end up entangled into each other in strange geometrical ways.



A continuation of my auto elastic explorations. This project draws for Japan’s rich car culture and features the Honda NSX, Datsun 240Z, Datsun Skyline GTR and the Toyota AE86. The Locale is inspired by Tokyo and Kisho Kurokawa’s Nakagin capsule tower.