The artist pays homage to the Huracán EVO with a one-of-a-kind hand painted design.
For traditional and modern-day artists, highly-exclusive supercars are beginning to act as blank canvases open to limitless inspiration for collaborations. Seen as a work of art to the automotive enthusiast, vehicles are re-imagined using the unique vision of the creator with the brush. In his most recent collaboration project with renowned supercar manufacturer Lamborghini, Italian artist Paolo Troilo makes his mark on the Huracán EVO. Through the use of finger painting, the Lamborghini Huracán EVO nicknamed ‘Minotauro’ owes its name to the mix of emotion and meaning that the artist experienced when he encountered Lamborghini.
Paolo pays homage to the Huracán EVO by depicting a fusion between man, the bull symbol of Automobili Lamborghini, and the concept of myth expressed in the indomitable, supernatural, and almost animalistic force exuded by the man’s figure painted on the sides of the car. From November 4th to 13th, the Huracán EVO painted by Paolo Troilo together with some of the artist’s other works will be on display at Palazzo Serbelloni at Corso Venezia, 16 in Milan, as part of the “TROILO-MILANO SOLO ANDATA” (TROILO-MILAN ONE WAY) exhibition, curated by Luca Beatrice. View all current Lamborghini Huracán EVO examples for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking the link below.
Source: Automobili Lamborghini