Tax-ing art from Vauxhall as discs become obsolete

Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 17:05
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Collectable windscreen art for your car

Collectable windscreen art for your car

After 93 years of adorning windscreens up and down the UK, Britain’s leading artists are turning tax discs into limited edition artworks for when they become obsolete in October. The project is part of the annual Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair and aims to give the tax disc a new lease of life.

Vauxhall Motors is encouraging UK motorists to celebrate the demise of the tax disc by turning the space into a motoring gallery through a range of bespoke artworks. The series of limited edition tax disc holders, called Pretty Taxing, have been produced by artists including Sir Peter Blake, Gavin Turk, Pam Hogg, and Georgie Hopton.

The eye-catching designs reflect each artist’s signature styles – from Sir Peter Blake’s iconic pop prints, to Pam Hogg’s rock and roll fashion motifs. Each piece in the series includes a certificate of authenticity and a circular artwork which are both hand numbered with their edition number. The specially designed packaging is also hand numbered on the outside and the circular artwork comes inserted into the Pretty Taxing tax disc holder.

Each artwork is printed on archival quality art paper using light fast inks to ensure enduring quality and vibrancy. The holders stick to any glass surface, so you can continue to display them on your windscreen or at home.

Denis Chick, Director of Communications at Vauxhall Motors, said, “Don’t leave your windscreen naked, ‘disc’over Vauxhall Motors’ Pretty Taxing project. The Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair is always about the unexpected and making art accessible. The Pretty Taxing series of tax disc artworks are an eye-catching in-car accessory, giving people the opportunity to take their artwork on the road with them.”

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