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Dennis Simon began his career as a fashion illustrator after graduating from the Maryland Institute, College of Art in 1969. He later worked as an art director in an ad agency and then as a full-time freelancer. In 1986 and 1987 Denis designed the exhibit system for the Collier Automotive Museum in Naples, Florida, providing an ideal opportunity for him to combine his skills in exhibit design with his longstanding interest in vintage automobiles. His interest in cars has been life long. His work has appeared in numerous magazines, books, and on many event posters. Through his imagery and design, his goal has been to bring back the missing elements of style, romance, and panache that so characterized an earlier part of this automotive age.

 

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SUCCESS QUOTES

“Follow your bliss.” – Joseph Campbell

CAREER CHALLENGE

Learning how not to worry about where the next assignment is coming from. This is a key in being a freelance artist and learning to relax.

AH-HA MOMENTS

After attending a vintage car race Dennis got the idea to create some sample posters for automotive events and from there his career in automotive illustration and design took off.

FIRST SPECIAL CAR

A 1961 MGA

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

You can fix it.

FUN RESOURCES

Le Cyclecariste Belge – www.lecyclecaristebelge.com

Yaht-Club des Avions De La Toute – www.yacht-clubdesavionsdelaroute.tumblr.com

Beach’s Motorcycle Adventures – www.bmca.com

BOOK SUGGESTION

Jenks: A Passion for Motorsports – Sir Stirling Moss

PARTING ADVICE
Forget about those auction prices and drive your car.

HOW TO FIND DENNIS

Century of Speed –  www.centuryofspeed.com/Dennis_Simon

Facebook – www.facebook.com/dennis.simon.509

The Plaid Morgan – www.PlaidMorgan.html

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