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3-Dimensional Design. Harry Bradley critiquing the models of cars as they are positioned around the Art Center campus, again integrating them into a functioning environment to evaluate scale, compare them with existing vehicles and judge their worth or impact. The students from the class are standing listening to the critique.
3-Dimensional Design. Harry Bradley critiquing the models of cars as they are positioned around the Art Center campus, again integrating them into a functioning environment to evaluate scale, compare them with existing vehicles and judge their worth or impact. The students from the class are standing listening to the critique.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
A full-scale drawing of a car by Kunihiro Uchida (TRAN 1973) who is standing next to the drawing.
A full-scale drawing of a car by Kunihiro Uchida (TRAN 1973) who is standing next to the drawing.
A full-scale model of a blue race car designed by Erick De Pauw (TRAN 1986).  De Pauw in standing next to the vehicle.
A full-scale model of a blue race car designed by Erick De Pauw (TRAN 1986). De Pauw in standing next to the vehicle.
A full-scale model of a blue race car designed by Erick De Pauw (TRAN 1986).  De Pauw is kneeling at the side of the vehicle.
A full-scale model of a blue race car designed by Erick De Pauw (TRAN 1986). De Pauw is kneeling at the side of the vehicle.
A full-scale model of a blue race car designed by Erick De Pauw (TRAN 1986).  De Pauw is kneeling in front of the vehicle.
A full-scale model of a blue race car designed by Erick De Pauw (TRAN 1986). De Pauw is kneeling in front of the vehicle.
A full-scale model of a dune buggy and its designers Justin L. Dantzler (PROD 1971), Clark Valentine (PROD 1971) and John A. Vernon (PROD 1971) at the beach.
A full-scale model of a dune buggy and its designers Justin L. Dantzler (PROD 1971), Clark Valentine (PROD 1971) and John A. Vernon (PROD 1971) at the beach.
A full-scale model of a dune buggy and one of its designers, Justin L. Dantzler (PROD 1971), Clark Valentine (PROD 1971) or John A. Vernon (PROD 1971), at the beach.
A full-scale model of a dune buggy and one of its designers, Justin L. Dantzler (PROD 1971), Clark Valentine (PROD 1971) or John A. Vernon (PROD 1971), at the beach.
A full-scale model of a dune buggy and one of its designers, Justin L. Dantzler (PROD 1971), Clark Valentine (PROD 1971) or John A. Vernon (PROD 1971), at the beach.
A full-scale model of a dune buggy and one of its designers, Justin L. Dantzler (PROD 1971), Clark Valentine (PROD 1971) or John A. Vernon (PROD 1971), at the beach.
A large rendering of a two-door car by Greg Greeson (TRAN 1977).
A large rendering of a two-door car by Greg Greeson (TRAN 1977).
A large rendering of a two-door car by Greg Greeson (TRAN 1977).
A large rendering of a two-door car by Greg Greeson (TRAN 1977).
A small-scale model of a futuristic car by Nicholas Pugh (TRAN 1990). Pugh standing behind model.
A small-scale model of a futuristic car by Nicholas Pugh (TRAN 1990). Pugh standing behind model.
A student completes a color sketch prior to modeling in clay.
A student completes a color sketch prior to modeling in clay.
A student is working on a clay model of a car with George Martin looking on and there is a tape rendering of a car on the wall behind him.
A student is working on a clay model of a car with George Martin looking on and there is a tape rendering of a car on the wall behind him.
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) airbrushing a rendering of a car.
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) airbrushing a rendering of a car.
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) at work on a model of a car with George Jergenson and Joseph Thompson supervising.
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) at work on a model of a car with George Jergenson and Joseph Thompson supervising.
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) at work on a model of a car with George Jergenson supervising.
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) at work on a model of a car with George Jergenson supervising.
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) at work on sports car drawing prior to beginning making a model of the design.
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) at work on sports car drawing prior to beginning making a model of the design.
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