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The Icons of Pasadena Leave a Mark at ACCD

This year the ArtCenter Car Classic is dubbed 70 years of Iconic Design. AutoDesignO wrangled some of the extraordinary talent to provide some definition to the word “icons”. Interviews with Erik Goplen, Fireball Tim Lawrence, Jay Leno, Frank Saucedo, Larry Wood, and Roger Zrimec.

Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary Party Time

Celebrating the first half-century of its existence, the Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary at its corporate HQ in El Segundo brings out the big cars. The full-size reproductions of Hot Wheels past and present remind us that a little kid’s dreams can indeed become a big kid’s reality.

Greystone Mansion Concours – Preserving Now!

It’s obvious that most of those going to the time and trouble of displays their rolling works of art at Greystone do so because they love to, not because they have to, or need one more sparkling award or a pat on the back.

Tomorrowland at the Art Center Car Classic 2015

Whether it’s yesterday’s dream of the flying car, today’s shared driving experience or tomorrow’s autonomous vehicles, artists and designers have been depicting the future of transportation design—and bringing it to life. The annual Art Center Car Classic is the one place to see it all, and those that make the magic happen!

EcoMotors: Changing Design from the Inside Out

To spur car companies into action, EcoMotors is showcasing how this can impact and revolutionize styling. To this extent a design competition, EcoMotors Design Challenge: Reshaping the Future, with students from Art Center and CCS is exemplifying just what could be possible. Judging by the results I would say anything and everything!

Inspired Design – Art Center Car Classic 2012

Those who are frequent guests to this annual event at the Art Center College of Design have to laugh at the weather on this October morning. We typically have to brave one of two types of days for the gathering high a top the Pasadena hills. It’s either blistering hot - just a few degrees cooler than the surface of the sun, or rain.