2015 Mustang 50 I69 AA
Rob Kinnan
Brand Manager, Mustang Monthly
October 12, 2015

You’re not a real gearhead if you don’t have automotive artwork spread throughout your house and/or garage. If you’re single or have an understanding significant other, there are pictures of your favorite cars—Mustangs in our case—inside the house in several places. But at a minimum, the garage walls are decorated with car posters, race banners, and anything else that screams to your neighbors, “Car Guy Lives Here!”

Mustang lovers have enjoyed a good year lately, as our car turned 50 years old in 2014 and the celebration continues unabated. That’s because no other domestic car model has been in production for a continuous 50 years—another reason to appreciate the ’74-’78 Mustang II, for allowing that to happen. Some less-than-knowing Chevy fans may scream Corvette, but that car was not produced in 1983, so there!

As part of Mustangs half-century celebration, Jim Gerdom has created a series of prints that would look great on any Mustang fan’s wall. "Mustang 50" is a new limited edition print that celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Mustang, from original artwork by designer/artist Jim Gerdom. It features 1965 and 2015 red Mustang convertibles, with the running horse emblem and number 50 in the background. It is available in Jim's traditional 12x24-inch size and in his new large format 20x40-inch size, and each print is personally signed and numbered by the artist. The 20x40 size is great for your Mustang Man-Cave.

The 12x24, limited edition of 2015 prints are $40 each, and the 20x40 prints, of which there will be only 200, are $120 each and can be ordered by mail, phone, or from Jim's website. Shipping is free to any US address. Get yours at:


Design Factory
P.O. Box 14037
Lenexa, KS 66285-4037