"I like old trams so I went to do some watercolour painting at the Omoide Hiroba - a small park with two old tram cars. Because it was really hot I painted this one as fast as I could using simple lines and colours." by Mateusz Urbanowicz. Technical stuff: Medium: VIFART watercolour paper 242 g/m Rough Colours: HOLBEIN tube watercolours Lines: Copic Multiliner SP 0.5 and 0.7mm
Credit: Zaha Hadid architects <strong>Hoenheim-Nord</strong><br/>Strasbourg, 2001<br/>This actually is the work of <a href="http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/zaha-hadid">Zaha Hadid</a>, a tram/car transport interchange that makes palpable the abstract forces of transport logistics. Its genius is that it does so much with the basic elements of car parking – asphalt, paint, lights, and tones of black, grey and white.
""Caurs"" by Stuart Fellowes, Glasgow, Scotland // This painting depicts two tram-cars on a typical Glasgow street set in the 1950s. The “shooglies as they were known” quietly rumbling along with the low hum of their electric motors making a contrast to the noisy polluting diesel engines of to-days buses. The Coronation tram depicted... // Imagekind.com -- Buy stunning, museum-quality fine art prints, framed prints, and canvas prints directly from independent working artists and…
Birmingham trams Nos 832 and 750 on Pershore Road : The buildings to the left of car 832 still exist as does the public house "Dogpool" in the background. the road layout is also unchanged. This painting is available for purchase at the cost of £575.