Noland got into modifying cars on a whim. “You don’t have to have a Lamborghini,” she said. Why not use a Toyota Corolla? To wrap a car, Noland applies a thin film (usually acrylic) over the car’s paint to protect it from rust and wear.
For one Los Angeles artist, cars are her canvas and rainbows are her brush
When Mikki Yamashiro, a wrestler who uses the name Candy Pain professionally, heard that Peggy Noland, an artist and designer in Los Angeles, was wrapping cars in shiny materials, she made a decision. “I need a Peggy Noland car,” she said.
Yamashiro thought that the artist would put a metallic wrap on her Corolla, but instead, Noland covered it in yellow faux fur. “Even tough guys in giant trucks are giving me the thumbs up,” Yamashiro said.
This article originally appeared in The New York Times.
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