Automotive art was always an outlet for Arizona resident Ryan Curtis. Growing up, he could be found playing with Hot Wheels while other kids were playing sports, and this soon led him to put pen to paper and begin drawing custom cars and trucks of all shapes and sizes. Following his growing passion for art, he studied graphic design in college and later found a job as a designer and art director in the print industry. Most people would be satisfied at this point, given that Ryan had a stable job doing what he enjoyed, and he followed this career path for 15 years. However, he eventually decided it was time for a change and time to escape the corporate grind to start his own business. Fueled by his childhood passion for custom vehicles, he started the design studio AutomotiveSIN Customs, which was later shortened to simply SIN Customs. Over the years, SIN Customs has produced everything from business cards to posters and wall art to vehicle renderings. Ryan even runs the online publication SIN Magazine, shooting photos for feature articles and show coverage in his spare time. Nevertheless, custom automotive renderings are still one of his favorite projects to work on, and it shows in his work. To see more of Ryan's designs, check out or follow him on Facebook at