When we admire fast supercars, we can hardly help being lost in the effortless symmetry of lines and curves that constitute the automotive design. It's true many of us won't or don't automatically ascribe that to Art, but what else would you call a fusion of form, harmony, lines, and space? Art, right?
Designers of super-fast cars are real artists and justly deserve great praise for the work they do. Then, what is the outcome when you graft in another work of art on this artistic metal creature? A true splendor.
Lamborghini Aventador S is itself an Artistic endeavor
This is the case of a Lamborghini Aventador S covered in street art which then transfrmed into a mastercraft work of exquisiteness. For supercars like the Lamborghini Aventador, nothing brings out beauty more than having iconic art inscribed on the body.
Lamborghini always loves to experiment with their production to bring out the best. One of these experiments was having a street artist, Skyler Grey, display his talent on the luxurious Aventador.
Judging from his work on the supercar, Mr. Grey is a talented artist who handles art and painting like a "man's business.'' When given the car to perform his magic, he went wild on it, thus leaving a jaw-dropping finished work.
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Skyler Grey's pop culture style on the rigid form of the Aventador births an all different Art language
The young man, whose work Lamborghini was privileged to witness, is only 19 years old and has been listed in Forbes "30 under 30" as one of the world most influential artist in 2017. His street work/ art has been placed in comparison with top artists like Andy Warhol and Keith Haring. He was given the title of "fresh Prince of the street art" thus making him one of the rising stars in street art.
If you are not into art and its meaning, you might not understand the drawings on the car. Grey used a unque combination of colors, comprising yellow and orange as the base. He also painted a dark image of bulls running sideways, which symbolizes the trademark of Lamborghini.
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From the drawing, the running bull was running out of a Campbell soup can; this has to do with the famous Warhol's "32 Campbell's Soup" series. Oh, and there is also an inscribed bull drawing in the interior of the car seat too which is covered in a black "Nero Ade" leather.
This art project is part of the pilot project named "Lamborghini Sicura." It was hurled in alliance with software firm Salesforce and targeted to projecting the brand as a work of art. It took over a year to complete this car after passing through the handlings of specialist teams from various department such as technologist, logistics, painting and a few others.
Just so you know, an art collector has purchased the car.