TOMORROW! Fireball MUSTANG Coloring Book getting an all-new COVER DESIGN!

Here at Fireball Publishing, we constantly strive to improve our books to be the BEST which is why we’re launching an all new CUSTOM COVER for our most popular MUSTANGS!

As you know, Fireball is a Master of Mods and this new YETI Cover features an insane Offroad Crusher with one of the biggest motors we could fit!

It’ll be out tomorrow!!

PETERSEN AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM now carrying full line of Fireball Car Coloring Books…

Sure, you can buy our books online, but if you happen to be at THE PETERSEN AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM in the coming months, you’ll be able to pick up our Car Coloring Books there too!

Big thanks to Store Manager, King Montero!

Crazy-ass Fireball STATION WAGON Coloring Book coming in September…

Sure, we could do a Coloring Book featuring regular Station Wagons like this 1993 Mercury Grand Marquis Colony, but anyone who can draw… can do that!

Here at Fireball Publishing… we do the unexpected. So… if you’re thinking that you’ll see REGULAR Wagons in this book, think again.

That doesn’t mean you won’t see your favorite Wagons. Just… modified slightly. Or WACKADOOOLIEEEEEEE!!!!! Out SEPTEMBER 1st after the TONY DOW Book!

WHAT WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE? Christopher Nolan’s next film TENET will explain… maybe

John David Washington is the new Protagonist in Christopher Nolan’s original sci-fi action spectacle “Tenet.”

Armed with only one word—Tenet—and fighting for the survival of the entire world, the Protagonist journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time.

Not time travel. Inversion.

Tesla CYBERTRUCK at the Petersen Automotive Museum – Fireball Malibu Vlog 989

Tesla CYBERTRUCK at the Petersen Automotive Museum – Fireball Malibu Vlog 989 – Fireball hooks up with MC Ken Vela, Photographer Pep Williams and Paul Grisanti for a sneak peek at Tesla’s CYBERTRUCK at the Petersen Automotive Museum!

A week in the 2020 MAZDA CX-5 begs for an EV VERSION…

Mazda certainly has come a long way. It’s design language works REALLY well on some models and still needs a bit of massaging on others.

There’s a lot of overall goodness in the 2020 MAZDA CX-5 for around $37K. It’s a capable non-off road SUV that scoots its occupants in comfort. But you’ll notice I didn’t say “style.”

When most people talk about Mazdas, they generally mention the amazing RED color it comes in. Seems like all the models share this color. SOUL RED PREMIUM METALLIC. I keep hoping that they’ll send me a car that ISN’T in this color.

But the reason is… design cannot rely on color to be impactful. Color is a “spice” and not meant to detract from the overall language. I included a silver version for you to see here so that you could appreciate the language without the rojo.

Proportionally, the CX-5 is unusual. Large front overhang, the car seems to be shifted rearward and it also sits very high. This gives it a quirky nature that some might call comical. It just seems like a happy car which isn’t necessarily bad… but this coming from a company where the Miata has a very clear smiling guppy face.

I think this is what is keeping Mazda from being taken more seriously as a contender to some others in it’s class or higher.

Now, this quirkiness is NOT happening on the interior which is far more successful. Great use of materials and over language theme. In fact, it’s a “great” interior and excellent balance of color, materials and shape. Making it bright red would be silly.

The interior is elegant and serious. Something the exterior needs to address. But more than this… it’s a car that needs to be electric VERY SOON.

Exterior language is always based on three levels. Level 1 is overall shape which we’ve addressed. Level 2 are the mid-range details which I really like. Shape of the lenses front and rear. Front sculpture. All very nice.

Level 3 is the finite details which again, should be addressed with more finesse. Imaging a serious version of Easter Eggs, like what the Jeep is doing? Etching in the glass, subtle details that require you to get up close. This would help to separate Mazda from the pack. At least the CX-5.

Regardless, it’s a good SUV and a good choice for the $37K. 24mpg, 227hp and 310ftlbs. All good stuff. But what do I know? I’m just a Car Designer who’s in to Hot Wheels. 😉

On tomorrow’s VLOG… CYBERTRUUUUUUUCK!!!!!

What did we think of the CYBERTRUCK at the Petersen? Find out on tomorrow’s FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG!

If ELVIS were alive… he’d be driving this 1969 CADILLAC CUSTOM WAGON

SOLD! This British Racing Green ’69 Cadillac De Ville Wagon with a 7.7l 472ci V8 just sold on Bring a Trailer for a measly $30K. C’mon… It’s worth at least $32K. But withe the extra $2K, you’ll be able to buy a buttload of Meguiars.

Fireball STATION WAGONS Coloring Book is coming in September… we hope you’re prepared.

ZombieVirus-Ready Movie Themed TOYOTA TACOMA… is in search of a Movie

Color some Hollywood Movie Cars if you dare…

Not sure everything works on this Toyota Tacoma, but if I were currently working on a ZOMBIE TOYOTAPOCALYPSE, I’d sure be all over this.

Although it’s pretty clean and available on Bring A Trailer, it would probably cause a few coronaries on the highway.

Fireball CAMARO Coloring Book is officially our 2nd largest opening book!! For now…

Since the launch of CAMARO, it’s sold almost as much as MUSTANGS and may just catch up. Like most Muscle Car Battles, it remains to be seen.

But you can help by grabbing a copy from Amazon as a gift and know that 10% of proceeds help DOG RESCUES!! Plus, you get to color coolness… 😉

*’Course all this could be a mute point when our STATION WAGONS Book comes out in September. That’s gonna be SICK!