Brazilian artist Romero Britt designs pop art on 2002 MINI Cooper
We didn’t think so too.
But MINI has always been considered a car canvas and the latest artist to take a stab in re-painting the car is Brazilian artist-extraordinaire Romero Britt.
Having already worked on a Volvo V50, an Audi RS4 and a Bentley Continental, Britt lends his unique pop art talents on a 2002 MINI Cooper, which he created for Norman Braman, a BMW dealer in South Florida.
We love the way Britt blends all the colors together without the whole thing looking like an overkill. The addition of the hearts are also a nice touch and gives somewhat of a hippy look, which, once again, only a MINI seems to be able to pull off.
Britt’s pop art-designed MINI made an appearance during the Festival of Speed in Miami, and as you can expect, it did a pretty good job of drawing attention to itself.
Source: Moto Bullet