Artists are known for using creative and unusual canvases, and Saudi artist Shalemar Sharbatly used a Pagani Zonda S for her recent piece of art. The end result is uniquely expressive.
Sharbatly used only a paintbrush to apply her design to the Zonda S, and the result is a colorful arrangement of bright pinks, purples, blues, greens, yellows, and reds. The front end of the Zonda S boasts mostly blues and greens, and suggests a tiger may be lurking under the hood; the passenger’s side features warm shades of deep reds, pinks, and purples, a representation of the emotional responses to speed. And the asymmetry of the artwork contradicts the absolute symmetry of automotive design, deepening its visual appeal.
Although most luxury supercars feature designs of colored carbon fiber, nothing compares to Sharbatly’s one-of-a-kind design. As a promotion, the artistically relevant Zonda should bring both artist and automaker considerable exposure.