Porsche Artwork

I came accross a website recently and just had to tell you all about it. It’s called Kai Art International (K.A.I). It’s not apparent from the name, but this site has some fabulous hand drawn artwork of various iconic cars. Obviously I was attracted to the Porsche section and I have to say it’s a pleasure to see. Shin Yoshikawa who pens these beautify designs is obviously a very talented man.

The drawings are all cutaway representations of Porsches in black ink. No assistance from photoshop or other clever PC based software involved here. Shin has captured the beauty of a number of Porsche models and carefully uncovered the inner workings of the car by peeling back layers of the Porsches skin. The detail is amazing.

Look at the Porsche 935 or “Moby Dick”.

Porsche 935

Since discovering his website, I have exchanged a few emails with Shin. He is a very nice chap and seems to be able to find the time to chat despite a very busy schedule. He has agreed to let me publish a few examples of his work on my blog. Here’s a little video movie of his work.

About Peter Bell

I am a self confessed Porsche-a-holic. An enthusiast from an early age I have spent many years reading about Porsche as well as building my own ultimate Porsche 911. Writing about Porsche has been a hoby since as long as I can remember. I have also created a number of websites for the Porsche enthusiast community.
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2 Responses to Porsche Artwork

  1. micheal dene says:

    Thank you for sharing your post Peter and I totally share your passion for the Porsche 911, especially the pre 90′s models, they really are classics. However I have really been dissapointed with Porsche Pnamera models and feel they are diluting the brand, possibly under the negative influence of VW, who no doubt still have their mass market mindset.

    • Peter Bell says:

      Hi Michael – I agree, the later cars have lost the beautiful and distinct classic lines. It’s a shame, but the upside is that owners of the older classics now own even more appealing cars. I hope that the VW partnership will provide Porsche with access to larger R&D budgets and bring more innovation in the future.