Classic Car Weekly, July 2021
'This is a suitably expensive book for an equally eye-wateringly valuable collection of cars - the N Collection - which comprises a group of 25 racing greats, including the Ford Lotus Cortina, Ford GT and Jaguar E-type. The owner of the collection, Claude Nahum, has commissioned six very different artists to create an image of each car, leading to 150 works of art, plus a few photos of each car and some history. The artworks are terrific, with each artist's style consistent through the book, varying from thoroughly modern lino-prints to expressive oil paintings, and plenty in-between. An A3 hardback with high-quality production, the 208-page book is limited to 500 copies.'
Ferrari Owners Club Magazine, July 2021
'Produced to typical (very high) Porter Press standards, Automotive Art Project is decent value at £100, but don't buy it thinking that it's packed with information. As the title suggests, this is a book hat's for looking at rather than reading, and as long as you buy it on that basis you shouldn't be disappointed.' Richard Dredge
Classic & Sports Car
'Inside the large, beautiful book are captivating interpretations of Nahum's 25 cars by the likes of Tim Layzell, Guy Allen and Anna-Louise Felstead. Ranging from Jean-Jaques Francois' barn-find renders to Felstead's tongue-in-cheek nudes, each raises a smile. While it will no doubt be of the greatest value to Nahum, the 150 works should delight the 500 buyers of this intriguing limited edition.' GM