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.


Source: Dupont Registry

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  (447) posted on 02.23.2012

I think this violated my personal taste. Well, that is his own car, so why do we need to judge him on how unimpressive his taste was? He must stand against his work of art—I hope that’s the proper term.

  (442) posted on 02.13.2012

This personalized designed by Paul Pascarella was not that really spectacular. It should have been better if he hadn’t redesigned it.

  (592) posted on 12.20.2010

hmm not quite, for me it’s interiors are well design and looks elegance and classy.

  (504) posted on 08.22.2010

Hahaha, the hood alone can tell that it’s not a good design, the car suddenly have a tile floor and the interior could go well with tiles on it.

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