Bronze bust of the French explorer
Antoine de Lamothe-Cadillac,
founder of Detroit
Bas-relief of 1927 Cadillac formal limousine
This 1931-32 Cadillac phaeton is honed out
Salvador Dali's Rainy Cadillac statue
This statue/sculpture entitled Rainy Cadillac
is on exhibition at the Dali Museum in Figueras, a popular
resort on Spain's Mediterranean
The artist drove the 1941 Cadillac
regularly from his home in nearby Cadaqués to Figueras'
(Gita and I used to
stop there too, en route to our finca - small country house - in Denia, near
has the top up and the windows closed;
inside, it is "raining" on the driver and
his two passengers;
the gal in the image at far right is my lovely sister-in-law, Mary-Blair, on a
visit to Figueras
with her hubby, Warren;
[ check out also the "paintings" page for two oil
paintings of 1941 Cadillacs by Dali and the "toys" page for a Dali-inspired
Teresa Thompson spent an entire summer
covering her 1949 Cadillac with 38,249 pennies! All the pennies really added
up in the end and add an extra
200 pounds to the car’s original weight; in addition, those
38,249 pennies = $382.49 ... which is certainly less expensive than paying
for a new paint job!
BTW, the sign propped up on the hood reads: PLEASE (do) TOUCH THE CAR; I
guess Teresa wants you to make sure you're not dreaming!
Above 4 rows: solid marble
1953 Cadillac in 1:1 scale,
by Gilbert Baladi, France
1953 Cadillac parade float
"Bent" '56 sedan sculpture
[ whose front yard is this ?... ]
1959 Cadillac "sculpture" above the garage
of the former Saunders home in Switzerland
Someone sent me the RH picture many years ago; I
understand it depicts a "sculpture"
on display on an American University campus. Later I got a cutting from the LA
describing the work of Englewood artist, Dustin Shuler; it is called Death of
This unique, Fiberglas model was seen for sale on
in December 2002; it weighs circa 300lbs
Not sure what this is; it could be a
PhotoShopped toy (model not recognized) or simply a painting
Ooops ... did the car first hit the
tree, that fell. or did the tree first fall on the car?
Perhaps the owner used it this way,
following the accident?
I've always wanted my own Cadillac
Ranch ... !
[ Photo: Internet, 2013 ]
1960 flat-top sedan made of intertwined wicker
1967 Cadillac planted in the
Texas turf - start of another "ant Farm"?
[ Photos: © 2006 and courtesy Yann Saunders ]
Shop front (?) on Ventura Boulevard in California