August 2019 Writer \/\/ Janelle Morrison Photography \/\/ Anthony Ross Tyler and Courtesy of Artomobilia Last year, the Artomobilia team had an incredible and historic opportunity to capture an iconic image of three generations of the Ford GT in both road and road trim. With the assistance of the Ford Chip Ganassi Racing Team, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, members of the Artomobilia Alumni and renowned photographer Anthony Ross Tyler, these images were captured, representing 60 plus years of Ford Performance. This year, one of these images that has been signed by Edsel Ford II and drivers from the Ford Chip Ganassi Racing program will be on public display at the Indiana Design Center on Saturday during Artomobilia. A small and incredibly rare collection of last year\u2019s Artomobilia Ford GT posters has made its way to Ford\u2019s headquarters to be signed by Ford himself. This collection has traveled across the Atlantic Ocean to the Le Mans 24 Hours in France and will be traveling to Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta this October, where the posters will be signed by more of the racing program\u2019s drivers before being auctioned off. The proceeds raised will benefit charities supported by Artomobilia. One of the facilitators of this mission, Artomobilia volunteer Drew Yagodnik, shared more details about the signed posters. Yagodnik\u2019s company, Classic Auto Insurance, is a sponsor of Artomobilia and also heads up a video team that has participated in both last year\u2019s Ford GT photo shoot and this year\u2019s Lamborghini photo shoot by Anthony Ross Tyler. Yagodnik\u2019s video team is the talent behind the videos featured on Artomobilia\u2019s website. Yagodnik has also been herding the posters through the tedious process of obtaining the desired signatures. \u201cMy dad used to have an \u201906 Ford GT, which he sold in 2014,\u201d Yagodnik shared. \u201cWhen he bought it, we got involved with the Ford GT Forum. Classic Auto Insurance has been a 10-year-plus sponsor of the Ford GT Forum, and John knew that we had a passion for Ford GT, so through mutual affiliations, we were acquainted.\u201d Yagodnik reiterated what makes the Ford GT image of all three generations unique, with or without the rare signatures of Edsel Ford II and Ford GT race car drivers. \u201cWhat makes shoot so unique is that while other people have somewhat replicated the image\u2014to a certain degree\u2014no one else has ever had the race car in the image,\u201d Yagodnik expressed. \u201cThat\u2019s what makes it super unique.\u201d Yagodnik is optimistic that after the posters have gained additional signatures of the drivers at Road Atlanta, they will successfully be sold at auction, which will be held in front of a very specific and strategic audience of Ford GT enthusiasts. \u201cAt Road Atlanta, this October, there will be a gathering of 100 or so members of the Ford GT Forum,\u201d he explained. \u201cWe will be auctioning off the posters that weekend in front of people that love the Ford GT.\u201d For those interested in purchasing unsigned ultra-high-quality posters of last year\u2019s Ford GTs and\/or this year\u2019s Lamborghini prints, visit artomobiliaweekend.com\/la-corsa-dei-tori. Quantities are limited.