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Our Family Car

Thursday, January 18th, 2018 by admin

Lujan, purchased the Chevy from a cousin in the early 1980’s while he was creating the movie-themed artwork in the Hollywood and Vine Metro station.

one of many of Lujan’s family cars looks essentially as it did in 1987 when Lujan used it as a canvas.

Using pinstriping brushes and lacquer-based textile crayons, Luján transformed his family’s 1950 Chevrolet sedan into a lowrider with what he called “a lighthearted kind of folk art narrative.” Unlike other lowriders, Luján humorously blends the aesthetic elements of street rods with symbols of Chicana/o culture.

Later, when times were tough, Lujan used the car to cover rent and traded it to his landlord, who stored it in the auto-salvage yard he owned.

Another artist bought it, but he then needed money, and a pawn shop ended up putting the car for sale on eBay.

Dunlap was shopping for a hot rod on the website when he saw the ad for the 1950 coupe, went to the shop, paid $7,000 for the Chevy and drove it home.

Dunlap sought out Lujan and commissioned the artist to restore the car to its original glory. They became close friends.

https://www.ocregister.com/2015/08/09/this-1950-chevy-is-on-quite-a-ride/
https://www.wallpaperup.com/76890/LOWRIDER_lowriders_custom_auto_car_cars_vehicle_vehicles_automobile_automobiles_c.html
http://www.justabovesunset.com/photography/html/our_family_car.html
https://petersen.org/portfolio-item/family-car-1950-chevrolet-sedan/

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Our Family Car

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