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How to be an expert in Car Art

LESSON 1: ASK YOURSELF THE PROPER QUESTIONS

There are two main questions you must ask to yourself and, the most important, you are obliged to answer (Don't hurry up. Take it easy):

1) Is the Car crashed?

2) Is it in an Art Gallery?

If "not" to both questions: No doubts. You are anywhere not related neither with Cars nor with Art. Congratulations! You are saving time and money.

If "not" to question 1 and "yes" to question 2, be cautious: you are in a car dealer. Be wise with your choice. Cars are forever... (or are diamonds?)

If "yes" to question 1 and "not" to question 2, be careful: you are in a junkyard.

Have you mistaken a junkyard for an Art Gallery? Be careful, except if there is an artist there, well identified by his artistic tools (welding equipment, radial saw, hydraulic press, pneumatic hammer, fix-all "Clarkson Lted" hammer, a Ferrari...)

If "yes" to both questions: No doubts. It's Art!

Buy it! You are doing charity. You are supporting artists and helping to the expensive maintenance of their supercars. You are an awesome philanthropic human being. Well done!

Photo credits:

1) Art Gallery (no, it isn't a Junkyard) by Petzel Gallery - petzel.com

2) Junkyard (no, it isn't an Art Gallery) by Karrmann - commons.wikimedia.org

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