There’s something about MINI that invites artists the world over to re-design the car to their liking. Can you imagine a Mercedes, let alone a Ferrari, being consistently decked with pop art designs?

We didn’t think so too.

Brazilian artist Romero Britt designs pop art on 2002 MINI Cooper
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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

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  (555) posted on 01.11.2010

I must say, the creativity of this artist was that wide that I can see the effort on this design. As you can see the combination of design and compare it to the paintings on a exhibit. It looks similar and that’s hard that you need to use a cooper as a canvas.

  (815) posted on 12.13.2009

Cool Body paints. This would be better if the Mags are bigger and wider.

  (780) posted on 12.13.2009

Don’t think that it’s astounding art design but have the sense of creativity. Although the reputation of car designing was there, maybe a bitter taste as for me.

  (11) posted on 12.12.2009

not so good but good

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