Plastidip Artist Jason Brozak to Display at Groesbeck Grand Prix


Artist Jason Brozak uses his talents to create some of the most visually stunning vehicles on the road. A recent transplant to Texas, Jason got his start a decade ago customizing wheels and badges with what at the time was thought to just be a trend, Plastidip. But Jason took his work to the next level doing his first full car back in 2013.  The idea that he could create unique artwork on the cavus of a car and later simple peel it off was appealing, and from then on he was hooked. 

Jason began to experiment with stenciling and even adding iron powder and oxidizing it to create rust and staining on some of the liveries he would do. For the last three years, his company Just The Dipz has been his full-time passion taking him across the country and even to the SEMA show in 2018 where the rusty Shelby tribute car livery was shown. 

Jason's specialty is a weathered "barn-find" look that is unlike anything else in the industry you can follow him on Instagram or Facebook, and be sure to stop by and see his work in person at the Groesbeck Grand Prix on September 6th, 2020.