is a website dedicated to all interesting vehicles. From sports
cars and superbikes, to powerboats and miniature submarines.
We do our best to cover everything, especially the more unusual
modes of transport on offer throughout the world.
In addition to the informational aspect to the site, we also offer
art service which turns your snaps of your car, bike, boat or
whatever into unique and distinctive artwork.
Being an enthusiast's website, we are open to any suggestions on
how it can be improved and expanded.
Please e-mail any suggestions or comments you have to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fascinated by all types of unusual transport from an early age,
Jeff Darling has driven and ridden a varied and eclectic range
of vehicles from both sides of the Atlantic. Some good, most
He has restored several classic American and European cars -
before realizing he needed a bit more practice.
Currently he writes, edits and maintains the diseno-art website
full time, and also dabbles in a range of computer aided design
and photoshop projects.
Niculescu , Writer
Private pilot, freelance automotive journalist, father to a
baby boy. Does this guy ever sleep?
Aurel's work features regularly on diseno-art, where he covers
everything from the latest goings-on in the automotive industry,
to posing intriguing questions about everything vehicular -
and then trying to answer them.
Fowler, Road Tester
Colin Fowler is a genuine car enthusiast, one who prides function
over form. When asked that most common of questions: "Would
you rather have a Lada which handled and went like a Ferrari,
or a Ferrari which handles and goes like a Lada?" He picks the
Lada every time. Style means nothing to this man - It's all
about the driving experience.
In-between frequent, almost religious, praise of the Lancia
Delta Integrale he spends his time abusing his Westfield, watching
classic and in-car rally videos, and driving numerous borrowed,
bought and blagged hot hatches and sports cars.
On a more tranquil level Mr. Fowler holds a UK National B Rally
Licence and is currently entertaining hopes of entering the
205 Challenge rally series.
Liza's favorite mode of transport doesn't doesn't actually have
wheels, nor does it require expensive fossil fuels - just lots
of grass and horse feed. Yes its a horse.
However on top of that she's also great at looking past the
facade of shiny newness which blinds many a car buyer, and instead
focuses on solid substance and everyday practicality.
With a BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering degree under his belt,
a Ph.D. in automotive engineering nearly complete, and an encyclopedic
and pedantic knowledge of all things metallic and gear-like,
Tom is the perfect guy to comment on some of the more complex
technologies which are found throughout the modern car.
He's also reasonably competent with a welder, and has competed
in the Formula Student race team for Manchester Metropolitan