Driven by Design

Driven by Design

Based in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany, Uli Hack is a world renowned motorsport artist with a particular passion for Porsche.

Having made his name as the official F1 artist between 1998 and 2000, documenting every Grand Prix with a unique poster design, Uli then turned his talents to Porsche, crafting evocative imagery that reflects the marque’s values.

During his time as Art Director for Dutch fashion label State of Art, Uli created the iconic 'shield' artwork, seen here, to capture the spirit of the brand as a present for company founder Albert Westerman, who retains a significant Porsche collection.

The title 'WERK 1' is inspired by all Uli's visits to the old Porsche headquarters bearing this name.

And at Style for Miles we’re proud to host his portfolio of unique creations, starting with his legendary interpretation of the classic Shield, which also features in Porsche’s Christophorus magazine.

Every single artwork is handcrafted and recieves finishing touches of original acrylics by Uli Hack and his distinctive style, making each piece truly individual. It comes wrapped canvas in a handcrafted aluminum frame.

The edition is strictly limited to 911 prints worldwide. 850 € (£990) each, size 80 cm x 80 cm.
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Style's Drive Five


What’s your favourite driving route/road?
Freiburg to Schauinsland in the Black Forest, Germany. It used to be used as a hillclimb course, climbing 750 meters through 127 corners.

What’s your most memorable road trip?
It has to be the Targa Florio 2012, driving a Porsche 550 Spyder in a team with a sister 550 Spyder, owned by Dutch fashion label State of Art and driven by the last winner of the real Targa 1973, Gijs van Lennep. It doesn’t get more memorable than that!

What’s your dream/yet to be taken road trip (anywhere in the world)?
Pikes Peak in Colorado, USA - (A 19-mile toll road that runs from Cascade, Colorado to the summit of Pikes Peak in El Paso County, at an altitude of 14,115 feet.

What would be your Porsche of choice for the trip?
The 550 Spyder is still my favorite, why change?!

Who would be your dream driving partner (dead or alive)?
Tina my wife - still together after 25 years living on the edge with me!