Street artist graffiti on new Rolls-Royce PhantomDecember 22, 2019
The eighth generation premium sedan served as a canvas for art.
American artist Bradley Theodore painted the new Rolls-Royce Phantom specifically for a client from the United Arab Emirates. The body of the car was decorated with large strokes of various colors, which made it possible to turn the Phantom into an art object.
The resulting car is incredibly distinguished from other Rolls-Royce Phantom due to its unusual style. Dubai-based Rolls-Royce dealer said the sedan was an example of a “combination of luxury and art.”
The customer gave Bradley Theodore complete creative freedom, as the car was protected by a dark protective film. Initially, the Phantom was blue, which can be seen on the doorways. Despite the original exterior, it was decided to leave the car interior intact.
Recall that Theodore had previously worked with Rolls-Royce. The graffiti artist participated in the work with the “spirit of ecstasy” figurine, had a hand in Wraith, and also visualized images of modern cars of the brand. The artist is also famous for his collaboration with Puma.
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