Island Defender Prints

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There’s a strong bond between a driver and his Land Rover. The boxy British off-roader has inspired clubs, rallies, races, and now, this fit-to-frame concept art from the founder of Drive Coffee. As the story goes, while awaiting the import of his 1987 LHD Tithonus Soft-top 110 from the UK, Markus Hammarberg started sketching out his dreams for the restoration. It evolved into a piece of ultra-detailed concept art that pulled in top-notch features like giant  35-inch Goodrich M/T tires on field green steelies beneath black powder-coated wheel arches, a marine-grade bikini top, leather weave interiors, and a Warn winch. 

That Rogue concept art was soon joined by two others — each one produced in a limited, numbered run of just a hundred prints each. They’re so well-designed and stylish, these are not car posters that must be relegated to the garage or man cave. They deserve a place of honor on a wall in the home of any Land Rover enthusiast.

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