Talented Wrap Artists
Patrick Womack is a hard-working individual who works in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois. He has employment at an automotive dealership that specializes in vehicles made by the luxury brand BMW. He’s its efficient general manager at the moment. Womack adores BMW art cars that have been produced by famed artists including the majestic Andy Warhol. These cars gave him the idea to do something interesting and one-of-a-kind. He took it upon himself to set up a design contest that’s known as M2 Art Wrap. Laurel BMW of Westmont is known by many to be an auto dealership that’s all about motorsports. The dealership set up the competition in the autumn of 2017. The public has responded incredibly well to the establishment of the contest as well. More people than ever before are purchasing accessories through the dealership.
Womack is a racer in his own right. He wanted to produce a car that had a strong and athletic vibe. He liked the concept of a race car that was street-legal. He liked the concept of a vehicle that could be suitable for both racing and practical daily use.
People all around the United States took place in the competition. Hawaii’s Brad Forsythe is just an example. This artist actually took the top spot as well. The dealership received an impressive 25 design submissions in total. Womack was one of the people who judged the event. Other judges were Trudy Hardy, Will Turner and Bobby Rahal. Rahal is a beloved racer.