Jim Sansovich

Jim Sansovich

About The Artist:
Few people in life get the chance to combine three passions into one. Jim Sansovich has gotten that opportunity and what you see here on these pages is the result. Jim has been an award winning illustrator doing illustrations for Fortune 500 companies such as Warner Bros. Universal Studios, and General Mills. Later Jim turned his attention to Photography and his unique photo collages have appeared in, and on the cover of several automotive magazines including Vette, Shark Quarterly, and Corvette Fever. Several pieces have ended up in museum collections. Jim has photographed millions of dollars worth of Chevrolet Corvettes, General Motors concept cars, Hot Rods, Muscle Cars, Classic Cars, and Harley Davidsons.

Jim has been a lifelong motorhead since he was a kid living across the street from a NHRA Top Fuel Dragster car owner. Jim got to sit in a number of drag racing cars that would often be at the home, and dreamed of screaming down the quarter mile. When finally old enough Jim got to own some of the cars he dreamed about as a kid including several Pontiac Firebirds, and Chevrolet Corvettes.

Now Jim has combined his love for anything that has a motor with photography, and illustration. These images start out as photographs Jim has taken at a variety of car shows. The images are then digitally re-painted in several programs resulting in a melding of illustration and photography. The final image has a look and feel that can’t be found in just one of those disciplines.

Images are available as fine art Giclee prints on acid free paper. Images are available framed and unframed. Unframed prints are 17 X 22.

Classic Car, Hot Rod/Custom Car, Motorcycle, Muscle Car (Photography)

http://www.jimsansovich.com/ (Website offline since 07/31/2015)

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