THE ART OF FORMULA 1 | SAKHIR, BAHRAIN | WITH ARTIST, MATTEO CREMONA

2021 - Cover art for Scuderia Ferrari

The 2021 Formula 1 season begins Sunday March 28th in Sakhir, Bahrain with a second season under an adjusted pandemic schedule. Carlos Sainz Jr. is added to the lineup replacing Sebastian Vettel who has left Scuderia Ferrari for Aston Martin racing.

THE ART OF FORMULA 1 | SAKHIR, BAHRAIN | WITH ARTIST, MATTEO CREMONA

The rhythm of lines, shapes, treads and swirls create a beat of motion in this multilayered rendition. Subdued colors of reds, pinks, yellows and blues, encapsulate the mood of this year's first grand prix as many things have been mixed and stirred from team compositions to racing circuits and schedules. Cremona introduces Sainz by slightly protruding #55 off canvas.

DID YOU KNOW?

Although Bahrain made history for hosting the first Formula 1 race in the Middle East in April of 2004, it has been riddled with controversy, postponements and cancellations due to human rights abuses by authorities. Protests from various drivers over the years include: Damon Hill, Mark Webber and recently, Lewis Hamilton. As the government has been called out for sportswashing.

ABOUT THE ARTIST - MATTEO CREMONA

Matteo Cremona is an Italian comic artist who made his debut in 2003 on the short story collection “I vizi di Pinketts” by Edizioni BD. Shortly after, he joined the staff of artists working on the series “John Doe”, published by Eura Editoriale. In 2008 he worked on the minisieries “David Murphy 911″, written by Roberto Recchioni and published by Panini Comics. In 2010 he sketched the short story “il Brigadiere Leonardi”, written by Carlo Lucarelli and published by Edizioni BD. For the same publisher he created an Artbook of 12 Illustrations on the Apocalypse; two years later these became the basis for a personal exhibition. In 2012 he began his collaboration with Sergio Bonelli Editore; during these years he worked on “Le Storie”, “Orfani”, “Ringo”, “Nuovo Mondo” and the miniseries “Orfani: Terra”. In 2018 he worked on the first two issues of the miniseries “Mister No Revolution”, written by Michele Masiero. - Scuderia Ferrari

SOME ADDITIONAL FERRARI COVER ART BY MATTEO CREMONA

2020 Budapest Hungary - click here

2019 Suzuka, Japan - click here

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