Its small, iconic and curvy body and has become a symbol of the 1960s counterculture, associated forever with hippies and talking cars. The original Volkswagen Beetle was born from within the Third Reich. Ferdinand Porsche, the founder of Porsche, was commissioned by Adolf Hitler to create a car for the people – Volkswagen translates roughly to the "people's car." According to author Billy F. Price in the book "Adolf Hitler: The Unknown Artist," this drawing of the prototype Volkswagen was completed by Hitler in 1932 at a restaurant and was passed off to his automotive adviser.Styled by Austrian designer Erwin Komenda, the shape of Beetle was for strength, not looks. This frame is palpably meant for someone who is fascinated by automobiles and their beauty.
2. Mounted Artwork with Black Frame
Single Frame Medium: 36"W x 24"H
Triple Frames: 18"W x 30"H Each