11 Spectacular Vehicle Designs Drawn and Reimagined by Children

These children's drawings are turned into realistic digital art pieces by their father.

11 Spectacular Vehicle Designs Drawn and Reimagined by Children
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Have you ever imagined what the world would look like if children's drawings suddenly became real? If you have, then this father of two very talented kids delivers the answer for you.

It can be said that every designer was once just an imaginative kid who liked to doodle around. Without the fear of using colors and odd shapes, kids view the world in their own unique way, and their limitless imagination must be celebrated. Instead of hanging their creative drawings by on the fridge, this father chose to cherish these creative doodles by turning amazing digital art.

Tom Curtis is the captain behind the Instagram sensation @thingsihavedrawn. Dom and Al are the masterminds and their quick sketches are turned into hilariously fascinating digital art by their father.

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We've gathered 11 intelligent designs drawn by them that seem like they could have come from Elon Musk's design notebook. Take out your notepads and get ready to be dazzled by awesome designs.

1. The zoo car

This is sort of autobiographic, meet the man behind the wheel: Tom Curtis. We presume that the two heads behind the roadster are Dom and Al.

While we are not so sure about the wheel design, this train-car hybrid of a vehicle might be on its way to take Cybertruck's throne by a whirlwind. 

 
 
 
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2. The vintage-futuristic lovechild

This looks like a lovely nod to the old-Hollywood retro cars and manages to be futuristic at the same time.

Imagining Frank Sinatra speeding away in this teal car is easy on the eye; however, with that engine, it really is bad for the environment. Definitely true to the old-Hollywood style!

 
 
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3. The pink war machine

This is just what the world needs: a supersonic bubble machine. It also comes with a beautiful message: draw, not war.

 
 
 
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4. The wonky airplane

We don't want to sound too pessimistic, but we think this plane would have some flying issues during the flight due to its wonky design and it will probably ascend only in children's imagination. We guess that's enough. 

 
 
 
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5. The flying car of the future

The first one looks like the electric car your rich neighbor Carol bought last year and she has been nagging you about it ever since. It is sleek, modern, and comes with a fun twist: it burns gasoline and it is absolutely disastrous for the environment. 

Moreover, no one can convince us that the second one is not the future version of an ice-cream truck that is coming to your sky-village to bring vanilla-mars flavored ice-cream.  

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6. The sonic car

This future-car looks suspiciously like Sonic with the blue spikes and we are here for it. However, we are not so sure about the flamethrower. Why not put a supersonic bubble machine instead? 

 
 
 
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7. The mars shuttle

This one has just the right amount of space oddity. And by the looks of this design, it looks like SpaceX has some serious competition.

 
 
 
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Also, next time you're designing a shuttle that will go to the International Space Station, make sure that it has two thrusters because they bring solid stability. Right?

8. The not-bike

Although it looks cute, it's safe to assume a factor of safety near 0 considering the pedals are not attached anywhere. It will probably not get you very far, especially with that front wheel. Still, it may have some secret features we're not aware of, so let's not judge the bike too quickly.

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 9. The family car

These wheels might not work on asphalt, but what about on air? We can see this futuristic car floating in space while The Jetsons are having a family meal. 

 
 
 
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10. The shadow monster

Dom and Al seem to have learned that you need more than two thrusters for stability. However, this time it looks like they forgot that you need some form of symmetry for the shuttle to take off. 

 
 
 
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What does a shuttle which can't take off do? Terrorize the children in Stranger Things, apparently. 

 
 
 
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11. The catscraper

The last one is not a vehicle but definitely deserves a mention. This design should be built in real life and named "The Leaning Skyscraper of Cat" for cat-lady purposes.

 
 
 
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The Leaning Tower of Pisa is outdated, 

plus this skyscraper looks like a really tall cat with a bum, which is always cuter than an old building.  

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Did you like what you see? They actually have a book that you can buy to support these whiz-kids.

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