The world is chock full of cars. They're everywhere. They are an extension of ourselves to the point of giving them human qualities and referring to them as if they were more than just an automobile. Gerd Ludwig knows this, and his series Sleeping Cars takes this idea further and plays with the notion that our cars, like us, catch a few Zs when not being used. It's not as crazy as it sounds, and when you look at Ludwig's 'portraits', you can't help but feel like they really are sleeping. Tucked into a garage, keeping warm under a cover or simply being still under the watchful orange glow of a street lamp, you can't blame Ludwig for putting forward the proposition of a sleeping Corvette.
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