Artwork by: Rebecca Zook
Welcome to M Views, the gallery for M! Our goal is to provide not just pictures of Miatas, but art with Miatas as the subject. We'll be featuring photos as well as illustrations, anything that embodies the Miata spirit. We do ask that you respect the artists or the providers of the images - please do not post these images elsewhere or use them without permission of the creator.
We have noticed that some versions of Netscape display these files darker than other programs. This does affect the appearance drastically in some cases.
Little things to keep close by - you should enjoy these
cursors. Replace that little hourglass with a Miata that is
telling you to wait. You can even drive it around, of course. The
views from the front have their emergency flashers on. Windows
users only, I'm afraid. Does someone want to transfer them to
To install to your computer, simply download the appropriate files. Then choose "Mouse" from your control panel, and go to the "Pointers" section. 3 to 5 k each.
It's not exactly art, but it certainly is something you don't
see very often. Imagine if the coupe ever fell into the hands of
two fellows named Bo and Luke.....
A takeoff on my favorite Porsche ad ever.
A detail of the M Coupe taken at Miata 96. That's the
Speedster in the reflection. If you look closely, you can see a
Miata.net sticker on the vent window.
Sunset over the Ottawa River and a club meeting. Also
available in a 24 bit BMP format for Windows 95 wallpaper and an
8 bit BMP format for Windows 3.1.
Pure fantasy. The Miata is from a Dutch brochure with a lot of
No actual Miatas, but many of you may identify with this. The
truth is best viewed from the driver's seat.
Butch Brown (M #32) has a car that is a work of art in itself.
This picture is from the photo shoot for Sports Compact Car. It's
not just a pretty face!