Here’s something people should know about supercars; Unlike some mainstream vehicles, turning a supercar into a custom-designed art car is, more often that not, a frowned upon endeavor. It’s not that they don’t deserve it; it’s more like they don’t need it.
Take for example a Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 . By all accounts, this car doesn’t need any add-on art to make it stand out because, on its own, it’s already one of the most eye-catching cars in the world. Unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world and somebody is bound to mess up a Gallardo by putting in some weird, abstract, vinyl wrap on it. Yeah, something like what Paul Pascarella - an artist based in New Mexico - did.
On it’s own, the Gallardo is finished in Lamborghini ’s Blue Cepheus exterior color with a Blue Scylla & Cuoio Olimpus interior. Sounds about good, right? Well, Pascarella just had to add something to it to make it stand out: a weird abstract art that was tacked on to the car’s central section, from the hood all the way back to the rear. Way to waste a perfectly sexy supercar.