KBM Auto Art: Painted Initial D Animation Style Cars

Just when you think we may have hit the wall as far as unique paint jobs and finishes go, someone throws a curveball. Graffiti artist KBM worked his magic on both his Miata, and a 350Z, to give the cars a unique look. It’s kind of hard to describe. It sort of like a cell shaded animation look, and the artist says it’s meant to emulate Initial D animation style. All together, these two cars are definitely eye-catching. For more information, visit www.instagram.com/kbmautoart.

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