Sculpting Speed: Auto Art by Tony Sikorski

Tony Sikorski is an award-winning artist with a penchant for cars — particularly, 1930s Formula 1 and vintage racing vehicles. His career began back in the ‘60s, but it wasn’t until 1995 that he started creating the one-of-a-kind automobile sculptures that would make him famous. At first, he worked solely in corrugated cardboard, later adding more durable wood and stainless steel to his materials list. Capturing the power, speed, and motion of vehicles in action, Sikorski’s stylized automotive sculptures have been displayed at several invitational exhibitions (including in the auto art gallery at SEMA), and have been featured in such magazines as AutoWeek, Automobile, Car Collector, Robb Report, and Classic and Sportscar Magazine, who recently ranked Tony as one of the top 20 motoring artists of the past 20 years. See another sculpture after the jump.


  • Posted December 25, 2009 at 7:06 pm | Permalink

    Out Standing, Art Tony Sikorsky hands off, I would love to see some more art of yours, After see these I am become a Grate fan of yours.

    I am waiting for your next post to see some fantastic Arts New or Existing

  • SueAnn
    Posted November 1, 2014 at 1:01 pm | Permalink

    What is the value of your 1st corrugated classic car, a Marmon dated 1992. I bought it in Auburn, IN at the Labor Day sale.

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