Bugatti collaborates with Bernar Vernet for an artsy Veyron Grand Sport

2012 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport

We are not suckers for two-tone color finishes or themed paint job but what can you do if you have an artsy Bugatti in front of you? The French super car manufacturer puts you in this situation as it unwrapped a convertible Veyron Grand Sport that was designed by renowned artist Bernar Venet.

Bugatti-Veyron-Grand-Sport-VenetThe sculptor paid tribute to all the science that makes the production of the Bugatti Veyron possible. He applied a film that showcases the mathematical formula that was used by the makers of the supercar to generate its 1,200 PS. Both the exterior and interior of the partially open-top car spotlights the math formula.

The edition of the Veyron created by Venet has a two-tone theme that stretches to the cabin and the wheels.

According to the French artists, the Bugatti Veyron is an artwork itself that brings the driver and the one seeing it pass by into another dimension. He attempts to transform all the science treatises and mathematical computations that were used to produce the car into a three-dimensional object.

He still followed his philosophy of creating works of art that are self-referential. Working with the Veyron was new challenge when looking at its implementation and the collaboration, shared the artist.

The artsy Grand Sport will grace the Art Basel Miami Beach running until December 9.

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