Rolls-Royce presents the most complex embroidery everNovember 21, 2019
The highly detailed Rolls-Royce Falcon embroidery takes premium brand craftsmanship to a new level.
Rolls-Royce creates some of the most personalized cars in the whole world, and for the right amount, Bespoke Goodwood specialists can do very impressive things. In particular, the custom-made Wraith model now “wears the most detailed of all embroideries that ever existed in a Rolls-Royce car,” according to the British manufacturer. Embroidery of 250 thousand stitches on the ceiling depicts Sapsan, the fastest bird on the planet Earth, and was created by a team of designers, artisans and engineers over the course of a month.
“The project required several hours of watching the peregrine falcon – we needed to understand the musculature, movement, and shading of feathers. We wanted the bird to take a fighting and predatory position. We have created several iterations of embroidery – the direction, length and distance between the stitches can have a big impact on the final image. We purposefully formed a beak and tilted our eyes to create a sense of aggression, ”said one of the project’s employees Josh Liles.
The Falcon embroidery is definitely the most attractive part of this great British coupe, but it is not the only individual element, since the falcon motif finds its artistic extension inside, in the form of an abstract interpretation of the falcon wing.
Well, by tradition, Rolls-Royce Wraith has custom-made Baby Blue watches with guilloche details, while the exterior is designed in Bala Blue and Andalusian White colors and has the same wing pattern in a decorative line that runs all over length.
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