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1700 Lida Street, Pasadena (Calif.) Transportation Design Department--Classes (Groups of students) With digital objects
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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 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 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 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 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 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).
Wind Tunnel project. J Mays (TRAN 1980) working on his car model.
Wind Tunnel project. J Mays (TRAN 1980) working on his car model.
Train Seating Project. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation's Regional Representative Bill Royer touring the train seating project with the students who worked on the project and others from Art Center.
Train Seating Project. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation's Regional Representative Bill Royer touring the train seating project with the students who worked on the project and others from Art Center.
Train Seating Project. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation's Regional Representative Bill Royer touring the train seating project with the students who worked on the project and others from Art Center.
Train Seating Project. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation's Regional Representative Bill Royer touring the train seating project with the students who worked on the project and others from Art Center.
Train Seating Project. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation's Regional Representative Bill Royer touring the train seating project with the students who worked on the project and others from Art Center.
Train Seating Project. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation's Regional Representative Bill Royer touring the train seating project with the students who worked on the project and others from Art Center.
Train Seating Project. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation's Regional Representative Bill Royer touring the train seating project with the students who worked on the project and others from Art Center.
Train Seating Project. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation's Regional Representative Bill Royer touring the train seating project with the students who worked on the project and others from Art Center.
Train Seating Project. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation's Regional Representative Bill Royer touring the train seating project with the students who worked on the project and others from Art Center.
Train Seating Project. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation's Regional Representative Bill Royer touring the train seating project with the students who worked on the project and others from Art Center.
Train Seating Project. Two people demonstrating the modular seating compartment model for a train.
Train Seating Project. Two people demonstrating the modular seating compartment model for a train.
3-Dimensional Design. Andrew Ogden (TRAN 1983) and Brad Markin (TRAN 1983) (L-R) finish sanding foam core joints and clean up detail seams prior to skinning their model with a self adhesive skin.
3-Dimensional Design. Andrew Ogden (TRAN 1983) and Brad Markin (TRAN 1983) (L-R) finish sanding foam core joints and clean up detail seams prior to skinning their model with a self adhesive skin.
3-Dimensional Design. Daniel Darancou (PROD 1984), Rob McCann (TRAN 1983) and Jean-Claude Bouvier (TRAN 1983) (L-R) (Group V) use tape to add details prior to adding decal material to simulate window graphics.
3-Dimensional Design. Daniel Darancou (PROD 1984), Rob McCann (TRAN 1983) and Jean-Claude Bouvier (TRAN 1983) (L-R) (Group V) use tape to add details prior to adding decal material to simulate window graphics.
3-Dimensional Design. Mark Commentz (Group III) mixes spackle and uses this common household material to smooth out imperfections prior to final painting of the car.
3-Dimensional Design. Mark Commentz (Group III) mixes spackle and uses this common household material to smooth out imperfections prior to final painting of the car.
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.
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.
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