Aston Martin Limited Edition

Aston Martin Captures the Essence of the Brand through Limited Edition Art Collection

With fine art often a part of the Automobile enthusiast’s complete experience, Aston Martin has made available a limited edition selection of artwork and prints that can be found online at the Official Aston Martin website.

Dedicated to all forms of Aston Martin art including photography, painting, sketches, sculpture and more the gallery features classic Aston Martin models from the iconic image of the stunning DB4, photographed for Aston Martin by the celebrated Louis Klementaski to an original engineering drawing of the iconic AMV8 Saloon. With a total of ten pieces currently available on the Aston Martin website, all are limited editions with each including a certificate of Authenticity.

Aston Martin, marketing itself as the elegant and classy auto of choice for the consumer who enjoys luxury and elegance, this is Martin’s way of offering the fan, enthusiast, or owner an extra dose of the British born brand as an accessory in one’s home, office, or garage getaway.

Capturing the essence of the brand in the current collection, Aston Martin celebrates a hundred and one year’s of excellence, delivered by the British manufacturer of luxury sports cars. Founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford, Aston Martin became associated with luxury through the fictional British spy, James Bond, following his use of the DB5 model in the 1964 film release of Goldfinger and with the luxury grand touring cars of the 1950s and 1960s.

Offering the complete and ultimate Aston Martin experience these special must have limited edition collectibles will only be available for a short time. Now available we expect the collectible works of art to move quickly with their release for the holiday season. Sure to be an item on many Santa wish lists around the globe this year, what would you pay to acquire an Aston Martin limited edition work of art?


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