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Jeff Glucker December 3, 2018 All Things Hoon 9 Comments

There are a number of Car Art portals out there. Some do great work, but that often comes at an equally tremendous price point. Others offer up okay pieces for affordable rates. appears to land somewhere in the best parts of both worlds. There appears to be something for everyone in here, as I’ve come across posts showing off the Land Rover Defender, evolutions of the Honda Civic, and excellent pieces on various globally celebrated race tracks.

Right now, RVP has a new series out. it’s called Generations, and it looks to show off historical members of iconic automotive families. Hop the jump to learn a bit more.

The RVP team reached out to see if I’d be interested in writing about the art. I replied that I wanted to learn a bit more about who they are and why they’re doing what they do.

The company was started by an art graduate and car enthusiast Patrick Redmond. He networked with me and other car enthusiasts and graphic designers to get the brand off the ground. We’re a small team with different expertise, but a shared passion of cars. We create new lines based on popularity of brands, but we also take commissions too. We’ve just released a new brand entitled “Generations” which celebrates some of the world’s most favourite automobiles, including the Mustang, BMW M5, Nissan Skyline and more. We also have a very popular range of F1 prints, including ones of the circuit themselves.

. There’s truly something here for every car enthusiast. Though I’m sure our own Doc Harrell may need to commission something for his particular garage.

If you’re looking for a holiday gift for the car lover in your life (or you just want to buy something for yourself, because why the hell not?), you should check out Rear View Prints. Act quickly though, because shipping to the US in time for Christmas ends today!

  • Zentropy

    How do you start a Mustang evolution with the Boss 429??? The genesis is obviously the ’65 GT350, and then my personal favorite, the ’67/8 GT500.
    The M5 piece is at least grounded in reality, even though anything after the E39 is inconsequential.

    • 0A5599

      Mustang’s picture should also show a divergent branch for the Ford Probe.

      I want to see the artwork for the evolution of the Mitsubishi Evolution.

      • GTXcellent

        evolution of the Evolution – nice

      • Jeff Glucker

        Now I too want to see the Evo Evolution

      • Zentropy

        The evolution of the Evo would be cool. But the Ford Probe was only a good idea once it wasn’t considered the next Mustang.

        • 0A5599

          The poster has a Mustang “Cobra” (technically the Mustang II Cobra II). The top of the range of that Pinto-in-wolf’s-clothing has less power, and probably more weight than the top Probe. Mustang II is more of a de-evolution than an evolution.

          • Zentropy

            True that. The Probe was a better car than the Mustang II Cobra in almost every possible way. But, the Probe wasn’t a Mustang and so it’s not part of that car’s evolution. And even it had replaced the Fox platform and inherited the Mustang badge– and the SN95 was never made– I would argue that such a change would have not been an “evolution” as much as a drastic shift. Like it or not (I don’t), the Mustang II has more in common with a ’65 than does the Probe.

            • 0A5599

              It probably would make sense for the picture of Mustang’s evolution to begin with the Falcon.

              • Zentropy

                Good point. You can actually build a pretty kickass Falcon given the platform similarity and the huge aftermarket support for the Mustang.