I’ve noticed that minivans are among the most preferred canvases for artistic expression. I suspect that the intrinsic dullness of their boxy shape may have something to do with that, or perhaps because they were hand-me downs from parents or other relatives. Or necessity (kids, business) necessitated it. I can’t be seen driving this! The solution is easy: let your inner child come out and play (as if that wasn’t happening enough anyway). Well, my inner child approves; sure beats another boring typically dark-green Nissan Quest on the road. Let’s take a closer look:
This is not just the kind of slacker Saturday morning slap-dash affair of dipping hands or rags in pails of left-over house paint. It’s pretty ornate, and the underlying pattern is perfectly repeated all over.
I’m clueless about these kinds of paint jobs. Is that repeated pattern some kind of stencil, or?
If so, it looks like the lower right side of the one used for the turquoise pattern on the wheel slipped or something.
Related reading: Buick Century Brougham de Baroque – Turquoise and Gold Edition