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Online Automotive PhotoStore
DETROIT and SEATTLE -
General Motors Corp. is teaming with Getty Images to launch GM
PhotoStore, the official online photo source for images from the
world's largest vehicle manufacturer. In an effort to create a
source for contemporary and historical automotive imagery, GM
announce the launch of the resource site this week. The web site
houses vehicle photos from Cadillac, Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac,
Chevrolet, GMC, Hummer, and Saturn.
The GM PhotoStore
enables millions of automotive enthusiasts worldwide to view and
purchase high-quality, contemporary and historical prints of GM
automotive photography and illustrations online.
"General Motors is
proud of our role in automotive history and we are excited to make
this history come alive with a collection of images that showcase
our cars and trucks," said Matthew P. Cullen, general manager,
GM Economic Development and Enterprise Services. "Partnering
with Getty Images allows us to offer this world-class online service
to people who share our passion for vehicles."
More than 1,000 images
were selected from GM's Media Archive. The photo collection covers
the full range of the company's automotive history, including
stylish images from the early 1900s through today, concept vehicles
and current production vehicles like the Hummer H2. In addition, the
GM PhotoStore offers prints of classic GM advertisements, GM
locomotives and engines, the 1964-1965 World's Fair, historic and
contemporary assembly plants, and lifestyle shots of the vehicles in
Getty Images, the
world's leading imagery company, provided GM with a turnkey
solution, MediaPrint, which enabled the company to quickly launch
the GM PhotoStore with minimal investment. Getty Images has created
similar online stores for the National Basketball Association (NBA)
size of prints range from 8 x 10 inches to 24 x 30 inches, with
pricing from $15 to $42. Orders are typically delivered within three
to seven working days in the United States, and within five to seven
working days internationally.