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They say beauty is in the eyes of the beholder and many cars can be liked or rejected by a potential owner depending on their first look at the vehicle. But what happens when you cannot see the vehicle in front of you.
Pete Eckart is a blind photographer who uses an analogue camera, different flash lights and his colour palette to create beautiful pieces of art which show off his unique visual language.
Eckart's work on the Volkswagen Arteon is the first time the visual artist worked with a car. Eckart first got to know the Arteon, tracing the lines of the Volkswagen sedan with his hands until he captured the complete Arteon in his mind.
Eckart then shot the car in total darkness using his camera, long exposure times and double exposures, and his light paintings of the Arteon show off the Volkswagen sedan in a unique way.
The Volkswagen Arteon is a good-looking car in its own right. However, Pete Eckart's unique and breathtaking light paintings of the Arteon show the beauty of the sedan demonstrate its sleek lines in a whole new light.