See what a “torn” one looks like in 1500 pieces of Lamborghini MiuraFebruary 14, 2019
Swiss photographer Fabian Ofner presented his new work from the Disintegrating X series of cars “breaking up” into parts. Usually he used large-scale model models for his projects, but this time, for the first time in his career, he worked with a real machine.
According to Ofner, his friend, who owns the Lamborghini Miura SV model 1972, suggested that the photographer use his own car for his new project, because he was still going to donate a sports car for restoration at the factory in Sant’Agata-Bolognese.
It took two years to create the final image. During this time, Ofner and his team traveled to the Lamborghini plant many times to photograph each element of the sports car during the restoration of the car.
A total of 1,500 parts were captured, up to each screw. Details were hung on a thin wire, and then combined together in a graphic editor.
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