It also has Travis Todd and his silver BMW. He's one of 20 members of the company's "Sharpie Squad," brand ambassadors with claims to fame. The Colorado Springs, Colo., lab technician detached the hood of his car and carried it into his livingroom for Sharpie-ing. It was his wife's idea.
After decorating the trunk as well, Todd sold the black-doodled car to a BMW dealership and is thinking about taking a Sharpie to the replacement, a silver Jeep. "My wife makes fun of me because everything in the house has something drawn all over it," he said. It took only two of Sharpie's opaque, oil-based paint markers to decorate the car.