Watch Hank Robinson engrave these cars and be amazed
Hank Robinson founded his design studio, called Hanro Studios, in 2011. For the few years that followed, he had mainly been decorating certain car parts and body kit components with sophisticated engravings. In 2015, he realized that it was about time to take his artistic efforts to an exciting new level by engraving whole cars.
An aluminum-frame Ford F-150 has become the first work of this kind. Being a war veteran, Hank called his first large-scale art masterpiece “Freedom Blues”, in an homage to soldiers who sacrificed their all for the fatherland. It took him around 900 hours to finish the engraving.
Later on, he was commissioned to design a Cadillac belonging to popular U.S. rapper and musician Kid Rock. However, the theme of charity still resonated with him more than commercial work ever did, so he still engraves an odd vehicle for P.T.S.D. victims completely free of charge, seeking to turn people’s attention to the problem.
Hit Play and marvel at the skill and passion of the artist!
Photo: Hanro Studios
Reporter Sergei Musa
Source:Forma car News
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