Yesterday I went to my town’s celebration day where they have a bunch of shops off the main street, bunch of games for the kids, music and sell food. I took a quick panoramic shot that you can see below.
While I was there I came across a cool vintage truck across the main avenue parked in front of kitchen ware store. This is a fully restored 1967 Citroen Truckette that is used to deliver the products LE CREUSET and an assortment of other supplies for 50+ years.
I think the color is what made me notice it initially with its bright orange color that stood out especially since it was kind of a dreary day. After that I really liked just the vintage style of the design of the truck and it’s compactness of design overall. As it states in the info booklet about the truck the design with the purpose to fit tight streets and alleys of cities and navigate the switchbacks of the countryside. The booklet is nicely designed as well and fits the style of the truck with its half tone patterns giving it a vintage feel as well.
You can find out more about their products at http://truelecreuset.com/
Also as an added share about cars and Art/Design you can check out the Great cars are Art TED Talk by Chris Bangle.