So in a sense, my idea was a design where people could actually gather around the car and be entertained with all those details and info, not just some amateurish pictures with unrelated decorations. There were some good designs, but not the semi-finalists.
But the driving part I don't quite agree, logically speaking, anyone driving past would have a very difficult time looking and have too little time to strike an impression, unless they stuck in a traffic or something. So for it to strike an impression to people, most of the time it would be when the car is parked/stationary. The main impression from slightly afar for this design is like you say, spy car(which is considered off but I thought I wanted to see that in miami^^( plus spy car makes your car cool, not cartoony). But as long as people doesn't want to look closer to the car then most art would probably be forgotten no matter the theme. And if people do look closer (it's like a targeted sales thing..) then you would need enough interesting content to capture their attention long enough. So yes the exhibition will be crowded, but I am banking on people close to it standing there looking at the words and details and talk about the humorous content in it (maybe I should post the high res with all the details, that would be fun). But alas, all that has passed --____-- , gotta dream another dream and strive for other works
Oh, this really is really good. I believe it definitely should've been part of the semi-finalists. I can really see the professional details. But in a way, isn't it a good thing it wasn't selected? Because if your work was, you would've felt so overwhelmed and have had your hopes up high thinking that your work could be featured on a car; then left terribly crushed due to being disqualified.