Art & Design

Honda Got Back!

November 26, 2012 by JJ in Art & Design, DIY with 0 Comments


Don’t lower this Civic hatchback… you’ll take away from its hi-top fade. The wooden cabover shell is custom moulded and then mounted on the hatchback of his Honda, Civic. Artist and creator, Jay Nelson was inspired to find a better way to camp at the beach with his girl. Sure, he created an cozy place to sleep and secure way to carry their boards, but can she peel off her wetsuit in it? Ah em, only if she’s 5’3.”

Jay is a super sick designer and architect of mobile art, check him out.

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