V.I.S.I.T.: The Reptilian Honda

The driver was quite pleased that I was snapping photos of his car. I imagine it's quite good at getting attention.
The driver was quite pleased that I was snapping photos of his car. I imagine it's quite good at getting attention.

I’m stealing borrowing the “V.I.S.I.T.” acronym from our wonderful Jo Schmo, since nothing else quite seems appropriate. It stands for “Vehicles I Saw In Traffic”, and was simply the best I could come up with for this one. Although with this car, I’m not entirely sure that anything would be completely appropriate.
Yes, it’s been completely re-done in a reptilian theme, complete with scales — which appeared to be hand-painted, just think how long that must have taken — over the entire body, a dorsal fin, and a tongue. That kind of dedication to your art requires commitment. Or, it requires that you should be committed. One or the other.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The maximum upload file size: 64 MB. You can upload: image, audio, video. Links to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other services inserted in the comment text will be automatically embedded. Drop files here

  1. Jo_Schmo Avatar

    Whoa, V.I.S.I.T. has not gotten much attention lately. I suppose because I haven't seen anything worth sharing in quite sometime.
    Everyone is welcome to come browse and submit photos.

  2. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

    Hey, it's weird and cool enough for me. The painstaking hand-paintedness tips the scales in its favour.
    I bet it's running rather sluggishly up there this time of year, though.

    1. Deartháir Avatar

      That took me a second to get, but very clever. Well done to you!

    2. Charles_Barrett Avatar

      Something about a lizard sunning itself on a rock occurred to me, but I couldn't get it all to gel into a decent comment.
      Kudos to F.P….!

  3. engineerd Avatar

    Was this the driver?
    <img src="http://www.mtv.com/onair/truelife/assets/relaunch/09anything4money_281.jpg"&gt;
    This definitely goes back to the age-old argument about what is and isn't art. This, sadly enough, is art. It's not good art, but it is nonetheless art. That's OK, though. Because in the absence of bad art we wouldn't know what good art is.

    1. Age_of_Aerostar Avatar

      Exactly the first thing I thought when I saw the car!

  4. Maymar Avatar

    So, did it have Cobra or Viper badging? Was it being chased by a Mongoose Camry?

    1. omg grip Avatar
      omg grip

      or perhaps Roy Wort?

  5. Tomsk Avatar

    If the rear bumper gets torn off, can it grow a new one?

  6. Deartháir Avatar

    Yes. Yes it can. It can also detach its front bumper, enabling it to swallow whole, other cars nearly as large as itself.

  7. PowerTryp Avatar

    I'm at a loss on how you post pictures here and am too lazy to look it up on intensedebate.
    It's really too bad those ricer boys can't come up with anything original.

  8. muthalovin Avatar

    I think you can get a little bit more out of the Reptilian Cars tag by using it for Cobra and Viper. And who knows, this might become a trend. Big things for 2010.

  9. Free Mp3 Download,Free Movie Download ,Free Mp3 Download,download free mp3,download free movie,downl Avatar

    I precisely needed to say thanks again. I do not know the things that I might have used in the absence of the points revealed by you about that subject. It absolutely was an absolute frightening difficulty for me personally, but seeing the well-written approach you solved it made me to cry over fulfillment. Now i am happier for this support and in addition sincerely hope you are aware of a powerful job you were accomplishing teaching some other people through the use of your website. I am sure you’ve never encountered any of us.