You know you're a good artist when Chevrolet orders two of your paintings. This was especially gratifying for Ian Cook who has a rather unique way of painting.
See, Ian doesn't use a paint brush like most artists; rather, he paints using remote control cars and old car tires.
Chevy was so smitten with his work that they ordered two paintings of the Chevy Camaro Convertible and Chevy Beat concept car for the Chevy stand at the British Motor Show.
As for his choice of an alternative way of painting, Ian said, â€œI wanted to be an artist from a young age and decided that to be successful I needed something completely unique."
Hit the gallery below to see Ian in action, and check out the official photos of Chevy Camaro and its evolution over the years.
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