Porsche 911: The Age of Analog
Award-winning creative studio INK presents the latest addition to ‘Plain Bodies’ - a series of CGI artworks inspired by iconic cars in the racing hall of fame. Following the inimitable Porsche 959 is its analog predecessor: the 911 Rally.
The 911 Rally was designed and built for a single purpose: to compete at the 1984 Paris-Dakar. In its first and only attempt, the car was driven to a stunning victory by René Metge and Dominique Lemoyne. The model had a limited life span, but its performance at the infamous rally and its nostalgic charm is timeless.
The CGI artwork created in-house is part of a series which combines a passion for design, iconic race cars and uncomplicated art direction. INK’s rendition presents the Porsche 911 Rally in the distinctive ‘Plain Bodies’ aesthetic, stripped back, emphasising its singular sextuplet headlights.
Prints from the 'Plain Bodies' series are available in the US through our retail partner Petrolicious, and through INK’s Etsy shop worldwide. The 911 Rally takes centre stage on the wrap around cover of INK’s just released Automotive Type B book, which showcases the studio’s best automotive CGI work.