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Ian Cartabiano’s penciled hand is quickly building a graphite arc on the paper.

They’re light, metronome marks that quickly layer into a solid, confident line.

These lines go all the way to the front—all the way through the car to a focal point.”If this is a rolling sculpture, it’s a block of clay that an artist has dug his fingers into and pulled along its sides, crazily wiggling his fingertips as he goes.

As I’m thinking of the line in When we met up with chief engineer Masato Katsumata in Kentucky, we asked what his favorite angle is. In Japan, Kubota, Cartabiano’s boss and the Camry’s overall chief designer, initially answered “three hundred and sixty degrees!

Suddenly, the sketch’s Japanese mask association is less strange; like the exaggerated makeup on the faces of Broadway actors, they’re meant to convey expressions all the way to the balcony.

We moved the Toyota symbol mark under and into the grille.

Look at his Linked In page, and under Experience you’ll find just two entries—those years at Art Center and 19 years here at Calty Design Research in Newport Beach, California, where he is the studio’s chief exterior and interior designer.

His tenure spans nearly half of the existence of Toyota’s 43-year-old studio. It’s ironic, then, that the most significant car of his career was designed while he was temporally relocated to Japan.

On the right, his pencil roughs out the ribbed Cheshire cat grill of the LE.

He grabs a new piece of paper and starts on a rear three-quarter perspective.

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