3,000 Toy Cars Transformed into Car Atlas Rainbow

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Inspired work of art shows what can be done with a little imagination and a lot of old toy cars.

This wonderful installation of almost 3,000 old toy cars is named the Car Atlas - Rainbow and was created by UK artist David T. Waller. Winner of the 2010 People's Award at the Arts Depot Open, it is undoubtedly a beautiful work of art and one that was painstakingly prepared. What was the inspiration behind the piece? Was it done on a whim after collecting toy cars over a number of years?

How many days or even weeks were spent preparing the attractive installation? As always with works of art, there are more questions than answers and if anyone can shed more light on the matter, don't hesitate to let us know.

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