Specialist insurance broker Adrian Flux has commissioned 15 stunning pieces of original artwork to commemorate its 40th anniversary this summer.

The pieces – ranging from unique portraits of motoring icons Sir Alec Issigonis, Soichiro Honda and Lewis Hamilton to beautiful homages of the Maserati and Moto Guzzi marques – are on display at a special exhibition in London’s Shoreditch.

The artworks form part of a special print edition of Flux’s innovative multi-platformed Influx magazine, which explores car and bike culture.

Reflecting the core values of the company’s founder, Influx focuses on cars and bikes as things that move the soul as well as the body.

Gerry Bucke, general manager at Flux, said: “Adrian Flux has always been about much more than just providing insurance – we have always had a deep-seated passion for cars and bikes as more than just a means of getting from A to B.

“Maybe it’s because we specialise in finding cover for just about anything road-legal, but our staff – despite our growth to employ 600 people – have really bought into that ethos as we’ve grown.

“So when we wanted to do something special to celebrate 40 years in business, we thought there was no better way than to share our love of the spirit-enhancing aspect of car and bike culture.”

Adrian Flux, who founded the Norfolk-based company in 1973, was a disabled motorist who specialised in finding cover for drivers like himself, and quickly moved into other niche areas like kitcars, classics, sportscars and modified vehicles.

Since then, the company – now run by Adrian’s son David – has grown from occupying a small office in King’s Lynn to become the UK’s largest specialist broker. More from www.adrianflux.co.uk ENDS.