Walking around London during the Olympics, you’d expect to see all sorts of interesting people from every corner of the world (well, maybe not Antarctica; I don’t think they have a track team this year).
As an Eastwood customer, though, you’re more into noticing all the different vehicles you might see during this international gathering. So you’d sprint right past the Men’s 110m Hurdles venue and make a beeline to Shoreditch to enjoy the BMW collection of its 18 “Art Cars”—racing cars painted by famous artists.
No, they didn’t use Eastwood Concours spray guns (as far as I know!), nor did they use our Candeez paints, but it’s still cool to see what a well-known artist can do with a racing car as a canvas! You may have heard of a few of these guys: Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Alexander Caldor and more. (My favorite paint job is on the 2010 BMW M3 GT2, by Jeff Koons; see it above, and read about it here.)
But if you just can’t make it to London this year, you can see a photo gallery of the cars here.
I guess you can watch the Men’s 110m Hurdles on tape delay when you’re done.