The Art of the Mustang by Donald Farr Attains Uncomplicated Brilliance

The Art of the Mustang by Donald Farr Attains Uncomplicated Brilliance

Donald Farr’s latest book, The Art of the Mustang, provides readers with a visually impressive, notably informative piece of American lore that is the Ford Mustang.

Author: ISOM/Monday, November 09, 2015/Categories: ISOM News, Mustangs

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When fans and lovers of the Ford Mustang dream, The Art of the Mustang, by Donald Farr, is probably what many of them envision. The latest offering from Farr, a Mustang expert with immeasurable acumen and authority on the subject, has exquisitely crafted a sumptuous feast for the eye and mind of the book’s reader.

With every page and image, the reader is transported face to face with each pony car classic, ranging from the inaugural 1964 ½ to the most recent technological innovations of the 2015 model of America’s definitive standard in automotive prowess. Utilizing "light-painting" photography by Tom Loeser, The Art of the Mustang is the foolproof, “can’t miss” gift for any fan of Mustangs and will provide hours of conversation from its place at the center of the coffee table as abounding memories and stories are brought to life through this truly authentic and original work of craftsmanship. Dense with details of how the Mustang came into being, and laden with anecdotal history, the narrative that accompanies these opulent images will present the reader with a panorama of the Ford Mustang that simply stated, cannot be found elsewhere, neither in print or online.

One can attempt to satisfy their thirst for all things Mustang by spending hours viewing innumerable pictures and dubious information on the internet, but it is this book, The Art of the Mustang by Donald Farr, which will satiate that elusive longing to encapsulate the 50 years of automotive, cultural and artistic genius that is the Ford Mustang.

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JMSDEAN

4/9/2017 2:52 AM

Two words that don't go together well: Farr / Art. yuk yuk

Seriously , this beautiful book is gonna be on my Xmas Wish List.

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