From the front, the Jaguar E-Type Sculpture looks like an abstract art installation that slightly resembles a gigantic church organ. Of course, once you take a closer look, especially from all angles, this stunning sculpture clearly takes the form of a car.
Created by the super-talented artist Gerry Judah who in the past has created equally mind-boggling car sculptures, the Jaguar E-Type Sculpture is completely made out of steel. Designed for the Goodwood Festival of Speed, which took place in Sussex in the UK, it stretches 1.2 meters in diameter and weighs just above 175 tons.
As a tribute to one of the most beautiful cars ever created, the Jaguar E-Type Sculpture is truly a masterpiece.
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Meghan Young — July 9, 2011 — Autos
References: dezeen & designbuzz