In 2011, Jim Mahfood hooked up with Nissan to promote their new Juke vehicle in a very interesting way. Nissan commissioned three artists, the other two being Tristan Eaton & Jermeyville, to design the exterior of their upcoming Juke in their own style. Jim’s art was translated into three sets of custom car graphics; the Normal mode, the Eco mode, and the Sport mode. The body of the car being the canvas, the artists were unleashed to rock their freshest graphics they could muster for this extremely unique custom project. More info on Food One and the Juke Studio HERE.
FOOD ONE X NISSAN JUKE STUDIO: Behind The Scenes