Designer Nick Foreman is the Ultimate ‘Pickup’ Artist

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Nick Foreman Trophy Rat F-100

Taking inspiration from real trucks, designer creates some of the coolest Fords not on the road.

Artist and designer Nick Foreman has a extraordinary artistic eye for trucks. He takes already cool Ford trucks then enhances and transforms them into 3D and 2D renderings than are truly a stroke of genius. Foreman keeps the true Ford spirit alive, using the character and essence of each pickup truck.

Foreman’s inspiration comes from a number of places: Trucks he spots for sale, trucks he comes across online, even his friends Fords. With a keen eye and an apparent love for Ford trucks, he creates his trophy rat trucks. His designs blend the rat rod style with trophy truck details such as beefy wheels and modified suspension.

1959 Ford F-250 

Nick Foreman 1959 Ford F-250

For this design, Foreman was inspired by a Ford F-250 he came across on Project Trucks for Sale.

1959 Ford F-250 Stake Bed Ranch Truck

The original F-250 was a sweet truck. But Foreman turned this old workhorse into a rugged and sporty off-road badass. One element Foreman keeps is the patina, which we love.

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S.J. Bryan is an editor with Ford Truck Enthusiasts and regular contributor to F-150 Online and Harley-Davidson Forums, among other auto sites.

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