Route 427 Design Art Now Available for Purchase in the National Corvette Museum
Detroit/Nashville, September 3, 2010: Route427.com presents images of historic and aesthetic value as officially licensed products from GM’s archive. Works by renowned GM designers Larry Shinoda, Larry Binnion, John Schinella, Randy Wittine and others from GM’s Design Studios are available in the highest quality archival materials. The collection represents a new niche in licensed automobile collectables which are suitable for the executive suite, the “garage mahal”, or high-end commercial décor.
"As an interior designer, I am always seeking unique, high-quality art for my clients' offices that connect with their personal passions. Experiencing these exquisitely designed art pieces in the office or home is very compelling and uplifting. Their high quality and limited-edition publication under license make them a truly valuable addition to any collection." - Betsy Bledsoe, IIDA, ASID.
"For those passionate about the art and engineering of automobiles, the portfolio of GM design development, spanning more than a century, serves as an international treasure filled with milestones and masterpieces. We are excited to share elements of the rich GM design history with collectors and enthusiasts." said Scott D. Edwards, President, Classic Collector Designs.
Route 427™ specializes in fine art derived from original, design development works. These treasures allow enthusiasts insight and emotional connection to their object of passion's origin and evolution. Select limited editions will be presented to collectors for purchase through the ecommerce site Route427.com and through the National Corvette Museum. Visit www.Route427.com for more information and to subscribe to GM licensed art specific news regarding product releases. Trademark notice: General Motors Trademarks used under license to Lellyett & Rogers Services, Co.