Description Emil Jellinek Monsieur Mercedes Painting 'Mercedes dealership Art' Emil Jellinek, known after 1903 as Emil Jellinek-Mercedes (6 April 1853 – 21 January 1918) was a wealthy European entrepreneur who sat on the board of Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft ('DMG') between 1900 and 1909. He specified an engine designed there by Wilhelm Maybach for the first 'modern' car. Jellinek required naming the engine after his daughter, Mercedes Jellinek. The Mercedes 35hp model later contributed to the brand name developed in 1926, Mercedes-Benz, when DMG and Benz & Cie. merged into what is now among the largest car brands in the world. Jellinek lived in Vienna, Austria but later moved to Nice on the French Riviera, where he was the General Consul to Austria-Hungary.
Elk Thorn Melrose Member Since August 2008 Artist Statement Hi all, I started my art journey selling sculptures to several gift shops back in collage after that graphic design became my outlet and published internationally. From that point I delved into video production and have a series of DVDs that document My Elk hunts in the Rockies.
Two years ago when in the high country I had a severe cut to the knee and had to crawl two miles threw three foot of snow at ten thousand feet to reach camp from their it took another 7 miles to get out by horse and another 30 miles to the hospital. I lost a lot of blood but what I gained from that injury was a new take on life and renewed Inspiration in my works " Kinda helps when you had six months of not walking around LOL" You will find a wide variety of unique photo's, sketches, and graphic designs dealing with a wide variety of topics hunting, fishing, outdoors, industrial, political fantasy, sci-fl, historical and sports