Each year the Eyeson Design car show celebrates the best in automotive design from pre-war cars and motorcycles to modern tuner cars. This year the popular event turned 25 and celebrated its silver anniversary with a special circle of silver Corvettes.
The Eyes on Design show is held each year on Father’s Day at the Edsel and Eleanor Ford house in ritzy Grosse Point Shores, Michigan. The annual show supports the Detroit School of Ophthalmology which is working hard to develop technology to restore vision for the visually impaired. Each year the show celebrates the best in automotive design, past, present and, future. The judges are current and former automotive designers.
We all know that silver is the gift one gives to celebrate a 25th anniversary. So to help commemorate their 25th anniversary, the Eyeson Design team setup a couple of circles comprised completely of silver cars. One circle contained all Corvettes and the other contained some other metal-bodied cars.
The Corvette circle covered all six Corvette generations ranging from a 1954 GM styling car to a 2011 C6 coupe. In between was a fantastic selection of Corvette history in both coupe and convertible form. Some had big blocks, some had small blocks, but all of them were a fitting tribute to a quarter century of recognizing automotive design.