About 2000 years ago in Greek mythology there was Nike, the goddess of victory, power and speed. About 100 years ago the American luxury automobile maker Packard began using her likeness as a hood ornament. About 50 years ago a footware company adopted her as its name. Just 2 years ago, CCI created an image placing an iconic 1939 Packard hood ornament at the track, breaking the tape at the finish of a race (image #232). Here she is again, but this time at such great speed that she becomes an unrecognizable blur. This beautiful wall art is available in a limited edition of a maximum of just 29, on metal or acrylic in sizes to suit any décor. Requests will be filled in the order received and will include a signed, numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
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