Art on the Road: Painted Vehicles of the Americas
Decorated vehicles vividly reflect the art traditions and popular culture of the Americas. In this pictorial survey, art historian Moira Harris considers the ox carts of Costa Rica, the buses on Panama, the Tap-Taps of Haiti, the Kustom Cars of the United States of America, and the chivas of Columbia.
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Foreword 11 CHAPTER
The Kustom Cars of the United States
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Alfaro American artists benches built bus art Bus owners bus painters bus painting buses Camilo Moreno camion de escalera car shows Carlos Chaverri cartoon Carts of Costa Chaverri factory Chevrolet chiva chivas of Colombia Christ coffee Colombia Costa Rica courtesy of Camilo cruise Custom painting Dave Bell decoration dichos door painting drivers emergency door Exhibition fabrica flames Ford geometric Gerald Alexis Haiti Haitian hicle hood hot rods images John Lloyd Stephens Kustom Cars landscapes lead sled lead sleds low rider Lucia Mendez M. K. John Medellin metal Moira F murals Museo de Arte ox cart ox cart factories ox cart wheels painted vehicles Panama City Panamanian panel paintings passengers Petionville Photograph courtesy Pinstriping POPULAR CULTURE Port-au-Prince portrait religious Rican Road route San Jose Sarchi scallops side panel slogans street rods tailgate Tap-Tap names Tarzan Today Tom Wolfe transportation trolley Voodoo wood wooden Yakkity Yak York