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Chris Labrooy’s “Auto Aerobics” Turns Cars Into Playthings

In his series "Auto Aerobics," Chris Labrooy experiments with stylized aesthetic of classic cars, turning old school low riders into the building blocks of his digital artworks. The pastel-hued, polished vehicles are bent and twisted into chain link-like formations, defying the laws of physics. Rendered with realism, the impossible artworks allows viewers to suspend disbelief as they examine the stretched and bent car parts. Take a look at "Auto Aerobics" after the jump.

In his series “Auto Aerobics,” Chris Labrooy experiments with stylized aesthetic of classic cars, turning old school low riders into the building blocks of his digital artworks. The pastel-hued, polished vehicles are bent and twisted into chain link-like formations, defying the laws of physics. Rendered with realism, the impossible artworks allows viewers to suspend disbelief as they examine the stretched and bent car parts. Take a look at “Auto Aerobics” below.

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