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Artist creates Sharpie Marker masterpiece on 1999 Mustang GT

May 21, 2012 Mustang News 4 Comments

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Artist Chris Dunlop known as ‘Pinstripe Chris’ has a very unique talent that involves a common household item, the Sharpie Marker.  A pinstriper by trade Chris took notice of another artist’s work with a Sharpie Marker and a Lamborghini Gallardo in 2010.  Ever since than Chris has been free handing his artistic creations on anything he can get his hands on including automobiles.  His latest creation is an amazing free hand design with a Sharpie marker on a 1999 Mustang GT which took him around 50 hours.  A layer of clear-coat paint makes his work permanent and long lasting for all to see for years to come.  Check out the complete gallery of his free hand Sharpie work below.

Source: Pinstripe Chris




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  1. billy says:

    LOL wonder how long it took. How did he do it because usually when i draw with sharpie on something like a whiteboard it smears!?!?!?!?!

  2. Chris Dunlop says:

    Just wanted to say thanks for the post! This one took about 50 hours from prep, to sharpie, to clear coat, to finish, and 12 markers to do. And as long as you are aware of where wet ink is then you know where to avoid putting your hands. Thanks again!

  3. Silversuperstang says:

    Awesome work man! Wish my stang looked like that!

  4. was it drawn with sharpie?

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