Discover a world where cinema meets the open road with Cinema Cars, a captivating digital art series by Aymeric. Each piece in this limited collection of miniature dioramas is a tribute to iconic movies and the cars that brought them to life. Using real cars as props, Aymeric has crafted intricate terrariums that transport viewers to pivotal moments in cinematic history.

Each terrarium is a meticulously detailed time capsule, capturing the essence of the environment from the featured movie. From classic films like "Back to the Future" and "James Bond" to recent blockbusters like "Fast and Furious," each work showcases a different car in a stunningly crafted display.

What began as a personal project in 2021 has evolved into a true labor of love. Aymeric's passion for cinema and automobiles shines through in every piece, and new works are constantly being added to the series. Don't miss your chance to step into a world where art and film collide with Cinema Cars.

The works can be found on Makers Place

Tools used:
Cinema 4D, Z-Brush, Substance Painter, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator.

Aymeric's vision for each piece was to create an immersive experience reminiscent of a museum, art gallery, or even a zoo. His aim was to craft a living, breathing environment where creatures, insects, and animals could move freely throughout their day. The result is an intricate work of art that is both visually stunning and mechanically impressive.

This particular piece, titled 'Explorer 04', is part of a series of five genesis works that explore the themes of confinement and escapism. As a tribute to the iconic vehicle from 'Jurassic Park', the piece portrays the famous car nestled within a lush green jungle. Fans of the film will delight in the many hidden easter eggs sprinkled throughout the scene, waiting to be discovered by eagle-eyed viewers.

Edition: 1 of 1 

Created: 6 Sep 2021

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My aspiration is for my work to forge a deeper connection between people and the films they adore. By showcasing the intricate artistry that goes into building these stunning cinematic universes, I hope to foster a greater appreciation for the craft.

Quarter Mile Racers

In the second part of the series, Aymeric's first artwork titled 'The Beast' centers around Dominic Toretto's car from the first film. The piece captures the adrenaline-fueled climax where the Charger breaks all limits, hurtling through a railway crossing as a train bears down. 

"Me and my dad built her. 900 horses of Detroit muscle. It's a beast" - Dominic Toretto

Edition: 10 of 10

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Series 003 TBA