Renowned Porsche collector Magnus Walker, who’s known for the Urban Outlaw documentary of his life and for having an eclectic array of 911s and more, has teamed up with Daniel Malikyar of Santo Gallery for a new photo series of his aforementioned collection.
Malikyar co-founded the fine art-specializing Santo Gallery with Rosi Norton, and since has become the youngest official FUJIFILM X-Photographer in the U.S. when he was crowned in 2015. From there, the photographer and filmmaker has worked with clients in the fashion and automotive fields often exploring lesser-known or unspoken subcultures, with the latter lending him perfectly to his new project with Magnus Walker.
In this, Walker’s Porsches star in their own photo series captured in downtown Los Angeles. Through the theme of “motion,” the cars can be seen on unpermitted missions racing on the banks of the LA River and dodging the police in DTLA at sunrise. Comprising Turbo Fever, Lone Wolf, Greased Lightning, LA River, Zebra Crossing, and Desert Outlaw, the images each capture a different Porsche in Walker’s collection which are, of course, as unique as the character himself.
All six images are available in a variety of sizes from 11 x 15” to the “Statement” size of 39 x 59”, and are framed for free. Prices start at $175 USD and go up to $1,375 USD for the largest piece. Take a closer look at the Magnus Walker x Santo Gallery series above, and purchase the limited-to-100 editions on Santo Gallery’s website.
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