Car sculpture by Gerry Judah
• Car sculpture by Gerry Judah
Since 1997, the sculptor and artist Gerry Judah (Gerry Judah) is building a major theme for the automotive sculpture annual Goodwood Festival of Speed in Sussex, England. He erects enormous and spectacular design with soaring car.
Gerry Judah was born and raised in West Bengal, India, he moved with his family to London at the age of 10. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in college Goldsmith and postgraduate sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Arts.
Below you will find the grand creations Gerry Judah in the last six years.
The steel sculpture height of 26m, 90m length and weighing 160 tons was built in 2014 for the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
The steel sculpture height of 35m and a weight of 22 tons came commissioned by Porsche GB, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Porsche 911.
The length of this curved road steel sculpture is 150m, and the installation weight reaches 60 tons. At the request of the manufacturer of sports and racing cars Lotus Cars in it displayed the six Lotus Formula One historic cars: Lotus 32B (Jim Clark, 1965), Lotus 49B (Graham Hill 1968), Lotus 72E (Emerson 1973), Lotus 79 (Mario Andretti 1978), Lotus 99T (Ayrton Senna, 1987) and the last Lotus F1 Team Shallenger.
Enzo Ferrari called it "the most beautiful car ever created." This grandiose sculpture height of 28m and a weight of 175 tons has appeared in honor of the true icons of the automotive industry. In a sensational Jaguar E-Type Design Malcolm Sayer, who presented in 1961 at the Geneva Motor Show, embodied a unique combination of beauty, speed and reliability.