Rainbow Smile by DavidROMAN

Canvas Prints


Sizing Information

Small 10.0" x 8.0"
Medium 14.9" x 12.0"
Large 19.9" x 16.0"
X large 24.9" x 20.0"


  • Each print is individually stretched and constructed for your order
  • Epson pigment inks using Giclée inkjets to ensure a long life
  • UV protection provided by a clear lacquer
  • Cotton/poly blend Canson canvas for brighter whites and even stretching

The Chrome Grill of an old car found in the garden of a collector in Germany.


  • Craig Watson
    Craig Watsonalmost 7 years ago

    Now…how on earth did this car end up there in Germany?… it is a classic old Holden from the fifties built in South Australia… I would love to know…. HAVE to know… what you can find out about its history!!!

    I love the colours, rust and patinas of all the cars you have taken photos of David… they are wonderful… Would be even better if you could find a few rays of sunshine on them and also some closeups… have a look at some of mine in “my bubble” to see what I mean!



  • Hey Craig,
    Thanks for your input I was wondering what that car was so you think its a hudson? You would know better than me I was at a loss when it came to its origins! Loved your work I’am new hee to Red so its gonna take me a while to get use to it I#ll pick out a foto as soon as i get use to the way things work here! Thanks for the E! And your Rusty car is great!

    – DavidROMAN

  • Craig Watson
    Craig Watsonalmost 7 years ago

    …thinking about it, it might even be one built in the late 40’s… around 1948 or 1949!!!

  • Craig Watson
    Craig Watsonalmost 7 years ago

    By the way… welcome to “bubblemania”!!! LOL

  • PhotogeniquE IPA
    PhotogeniquE IPAalmost 7 years ago

    I can see why someone would want to import this to Germany – they make such crap cars!!

  • Dave  Miller
    Dave Milleralmost 7 years ago

    great bit of detail, feels like it’s bearing it’s teeth, angry at being disturbed in it’s death throws excellent work

  • Craig Watson
    Craig Watsonalmost 7 years ago

    I have confirmed that this is actually called a “48-215” and subsequently became know as the “FX Holden”. The first was built in Nov 1948 at the “Fishermans Bend” plant in Melbourne and remained in production until the release of the FJ in late 1953.

    This link takes you to a very informative page if you are interested.

  • DavidROMAN
    DavidROMANalmost 7 years ago

    Hey Craig, Thanks Thats really great of you I was wondering what it was and now because of your help you made my work of researching over! I will look at the link you gave me and if you have any ideas about the others like the white and red one I would welcome it!
    Thanks again……David

  • whisperingruth
    whisperingruthalmost 7 years ago

    Captures his character perfectly David! Love the smile………love the title!!

  • Craig Watson
    Craig Watsonalmost 7 years ago

    Unfortunately David, I dont know about the white and red one at all! Most of the others are also unknown to me. I know a few who are in to old cars and I will see if any of them have any suggestions.

  • Thank you Craig I don’t know anyone over heres who can give me an idea what they are not even the owner so I am reaching out to anyone who might have an idea.

    – DavidROMAN

  • JudyBJ
    JudyBJalmost 7 years ago

    I dont know where you find these but dont ever loose this shot or you’ll have troublee with me,because i intend to come back to see it :)

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