It counts right? I mean, just because it's artwork of motorsport and cars doesn't make it not artwork.
I found this gem of a site today while looking at the TeamSpeed forums. It's personal blog/site of artist Miha Furlan who, quite obviously, has an incredible talent for capturing late 1960's through mid-1980's race cars. I particularly love the sort of "Pop!" factor his art work has looking almost cartoonish but with incredible detail and oozing with style. He manages to make the canvas look as though it was moving.
The best thing I could compare it to are the colorful, sexy Grand Prix posters of the early years of Formula One but with even better cars and more exotic locales.
Miha also has an eye for cars with iconic paint schemes like the Gulf Porsche 917's, The JPS Lotus 72D's, Martini tri-color Porsche 935 and Lancia Integrale, and the teapot Ligier JS. Basically, if you love the golden age of motorsport then there is undoubtedly a picture for you. What's most impressive is that it seems he manages to create such beautiful imagery through only colored pencils and markers!
I'm angling with the wife to possibly land some of his works of art as Christmas gifts for me. Guys, I recommend you do the same!
I've included a few of the photos of Miha's work below definitely work a look!
Porsche 908/30 vs. Ferrari 512 @ Targa Florio
Ferrari going for it on the Targa Florio
Giles & Jody at Monaco in '79