Mercury was a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company selling premium vehicles, but without offering models as luxurious as its older sister Lincoln. Throughout their history, from 1939 to 2011, the Mercury were essentially Ford cars with unique details of style and specific features meant to give a more glamorous side to Ford. James Dean appeared on the screen with a Mercury Eight 1949 cut version in the mythical feature film The Fury of Living.
Photograph Amaury Dubois pays tribute to the disappeared brand through a personal vision of Mercury models, limited edition, signed and numbered art photographs.
Signed & Limited Large format art photography on Diasec Glass - 120 x 120 cm | Limited to 1 Artist Edition - 100 x 100 cm | Limited to 4 Copies - 70 x 70 cm | Limited to 5 Copies Price on Request by Contact.
Signed Fine Art Print on Photo paper 308 gr Available Online bellow. - 70 x 70 cm | Limited Edition : 6 Copies - 50 x 50 cm | Limited Edition : 8 Copies