One of the latest projects from Sung’s Garage has just made a huge breakthrough, and Sung Kang can’t wait to show you the amazing work that’s been carried out by his good friend Glen Cordle.
Designed from an antique Japanese scroll that was given to Sung by his late father-in-law, Sung and Glen have designed a paint job that incorporates the koi graphic from the scroll into the Z’s new paint job. And guess what? It looks insane. Take a look at the scroll below and click through the Instagram gallery to see the render:
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Doc Z is ever evolving…my late Father in law gifted me with this antique Japanese scroll of a Koi fish. This was a gift left to his father during the Korean War by a fleeing Japanese friend. It was a horrible time but the scroll survived. It’s represented friendship and healing in our family. The talented @glen.cordle took a bit of his legacy and put into DocZ. Thank you Glen for such a beautiful piece of art. I don’t know what to say. Just Beautiful. Thank you.
The Koi fish graphic is subtly printed onto the red paint of the side panel and the scales are outlined in red over the black of the hood. It’s such a subtle look that it doesn’t take away from the classic, and simply gorgeous design of the Z, while still paying homage to the history of Sung’s family.
I love it, and I know Sung loves it, so send some love to Glen, who’s talent made this possible.
What do you guys think?