This is it! You've come to the right place to get your Mopar-themed Artwork!

1970 Plymouth Roadrunner in Vitamin C orange, equipped with a 440 Six-Barrel engine and 4 gear.

All about Automolove!

Unique designs - to your specifications!


All of my artwork is hand-drawn (digitally) with Adobe Photo-shop and my trusty mouse! I use my pre-drawn stock templates to create YOUR car art!

Happy customers!


So far, everyone is blown away by the artwork when it arrives at their doorstep! I can't blame them...I love these pieces too!  Several Customers have stated the same thing - whilst opening their Automolove mailing tube upon its arrival, their anticipation is akin to opening presents on a Christmas morning! And the reward is just as sweet!

The latest coming down the pipe...


As it normally goes, I make a new design, present it to my Customers, and they want more! I'm constantly behind the 8-ball! I've got several pieces I'm working on at any one time. Keep checking back here....

Other neat items in the works!


Coming online store! And very soon, inventory of stock designs for YOU to choose from! AND - I'll be producing Art Prints, suitable for framing!!

What do YOU just HAVE to have?

Car show information board for Joseph Palka's AAR 'Cuda!

My Customers are always looking for something different to put in their garages, Man Caves, bathrooms, you name it!  If there's something you'd like, but don't have a place to get it...maybe I can get it for you? My goal is to sell Mopar-related items, unlike anything offered  - anywhere else!

Car Show boards!

My  car show display allows easy stowage for travel, and quick erection at your destination.

My roll-up car show board allows easy transport, and quick erection at your destination.

About Me


My Background

My name is Robin McQueen. I'm a life-long Car Nut that got turned onto all things Mopar when I was in my early teens. I've also been very handy with drawing - especially Cars! I had a career as a Photographer in the Canadian Air Force, which expanded my abilities into the Photographic arts as well. Twenty-odd years ago, I took a few College courses in Digital Media, and began a side venture into Graphic Arts and Logo design. After retiring, I decided to follow my heart and combine my love of Mopars with that thing I've always done, drawing! When not drawing Mopars, I read about Mopars, think about Mopars, travel to see Mopars, and work in my garage...building my fleet of Mopars!


My Medium

In the past, I used all manners of traditional artistic mediums to create my images. Over the past twenty years I've really fallen hard for Digital Art! It allows me to create drawings that can be easily manipulated, thereby changing the appearance of my subject matter perfectly, quickly and repeatably! I use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, ACDSee for Pros, and even Microsoft Paint upon occasion! However, I still start a lot of my designs  with a lead pencil, and an old-fashioned paper sketch pad. In the near future I hope to upgrade from using a computer mouse to a Wacom Cintiq 22" HD Interactive Pen Display...!


My Inspiration

When I was a kid, I rabidly consumed Car Magazines, Car Model kits, and Comic books! Back then, the Big-time artists in the Car world were guys by the name of Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, and Dave "Big" Deal. Their caricatures of Hot Rods and other cars served as inspiration for some of my early efforts! I musn't forget Car-Toons magazine! And of course, the Funky-Mod ads by Artist Paul Williams on behalf of Chrysler Corporation in the late 1960's-early 1970's.  Later, a fellow Canadian Artist, Guy Laird, produced the first of the modern day/retro Mopar drawings that completely turned me on! Recently, the works of Artist Bruce Anliker has served to raise my awareness of how to properly do this kind of Art!

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