Being a fan of motorsport is more than a hobby. It’s a way of life. If you’re not watching the latest GP or race, you’re hunting down tickets to a race, you’re keeping up to date with the latest rumours and news. Home is where the heart is, and where you can express your love for all things motorsports. At MadlyMotorsport, we’re delighted to have our art gallery full of all things motorsports that would look at home in your office or living space. We’re highlighting this month seven of our favourite artists that every motorsport fan needs to know.
- Nichola McCall Art
Nichola McCall’s work focuses on Moto GP posters that are reproduced from stunning pencil drawings. Each piece of Nichola’s original artwork is created using coloured pencils before being scanned and printed on gloss laminated paper that bring the illustration to life. Her artwork is so seamless that you’ll refuse to believe it’s drawn with a pencil. Nichola’s pencil drawing posters include prints of Valentino Rossi, Isle of Mann TT, and Marc Marquez.
- Spilt Ink
Do you like your artwork sleek and minimalistic? Spilt Ink’s prints would be at home in any modern living space, and their understated look makes them ideal for the home or offices. Upgrade your Zoom background with one of Spilt Ink’s MotoGP, Isle of Man TT, or Formula 1 posters. These extremely popular digital prints come in 7 different sizes, covering every aspect of motorsport.
- Pics and Squiggles
Pics and Squiggles’ signature splatter paint prints are a must-have for any F1 fan. Their posters recreate the cars of each of the fan-favourite teams, including Mercedes and Ferrari. Each piece of digital artwork is available in 7 sizes, from a standard A4 upwards. Three sizes of Pics and Squiggles’ art fits perfectly into standard IKEA frames, making them must-have gifts for any F1 fan’s birthday or as a ‘just because’ gift.
- Gallery 42 Sport
Are you more of a photography fan than digital artwork? Our selection of Gallery 42 Sport prints is available in six sizes, with photo art from European Le Mans Series, Thruxton 2020, and Mini Challenge Donington Park. These posters highlight stunning photos of motorsports cars by Aston Martin, Porsche and Bentley. You’ll want to add a collection of these prints to your home to commemorate races you’ve attended or watched on the big screen.
Each motorsport poster by Artworx captures a moment in time in beautiful Technicolor. Whether it’s the iconic getaway scene from ‘Italian Job’ with the three Mini Coopers or artwork of Ayrton Senna in his Williams car, each poster brings these moments back to life. Our collection of Artworx posters is created by the artist Jeff Rush and is officially licensed. These pieces of art are limited edition to 100 each worldwide, making them a keen collector’s item for any motorsports fan. Each piece of Artworx wall art is available in one size and printed onto a deluxe 350g textured linen art paper. Artworx’s posters are lifelike works of art that you can put anywhere in your home and that make a thoughtful gift for any MotoGP or Formula 1 fan.
- James Mann
As a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, photographing cars and motorbikes comes easily to James Mann. He is one of the pre-eminent photographers of motorsports vehicles over the last 30 years and some of his best digital work can be seen on the website. From the luxurious Bugatti Veyron to the iconic and classic Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato, to the Alfa Romeo Tipo Stradale, all are available to buy as photographic prints, all printed on beautiful satin photographic paper. All would look stunning as a collection in a hall or study.
- AJ Wellburn
AJ Wellburn is an emerging Scottish born automotive artist, from the prestigious Edinburgh College of Art, he brings with him a wealth of talent and his beautiful automobilia posters are inspired by the style of the 1980’s movie poster artists such as John Alvin and Drew Struzan. His creations of some of the world’s leading F1 drivers are stunning and his latest piece is of Red Bull racing driver Max Verstappen is simply spectacular. Check out his latest work here on the website.