Saturday, December 14, 2013

THE FILMOGRAPHY OF CARS by artist Calm The Ham

this poster is for sale by Artist Calm The Ham for the price of $44

With over 71 intricately detailed hand-illustrations, we’ve charted the iconic cars of film and television from 1929 to the modern day. Whether they were notable for their superior performance or the superior performers who drove them, this print pays homage to all the truly iconic automobiles that have graced our screens over the years. From the early 1900s Duesenberg to the time-travelling DeLorean to the portable meth lab within the Fleetwood Bounder, we have it all covered.

 Each print is signed and numbered by the artist from a first printing of 500. Using 100 lb. archival recycled thick stock paper, this poster is pressed on an offset lithographic press in Brooklyn.


  1. Well Jesse, Mike, looking at the filmography of cars there's a really glaring mistake who ever did this poster. The '63 Ford Econoline Van that is used for "Scooby Doo" movie is actually a Chevy ore GMC van. I had a '63 Econoline and I can tell you that;s not the profile I remember,

    1. Agreed... but what was the van in the comic book, live movie, etc? I sure don't know

  2. In the comic book? That I don't know either.

  3. Another omission - the '71 Plymouth Valiant driven by Dennis Weaver in "Duel".