Ella Freire

1964 Aston Martin DB5

The Aston Martin DB5 was a Grand Tourer released in 1963-1965 and only just over a thousand manufactured. The DB series was named after Sir David Brown the Head of Aston Martin. The car was made famous by James Bond 007, the car in the film was the original Aston Martin DB5 prototype.

Like this DB5, each vintage car print is produced using a layering technique of metallic, coloured & white inks, the print is then reversed mounted onto 8mm thick flame polished acrylic. The artwork is not only protected against dirt, scratching & discolouring but it can also achieves a floating, three dimensional quality unobtainable by any other process.


Perspex face mounting provides a brilliance, intensity and saturation of image that has to be seen to be believed. Each framed artwork is supplied with painted split-battens for hanging.

Size: 140cm x 57cm

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