- Photo credits Abu Dhabi Motors

This Rolls Royce Phantom turns into an Art Car

Looks like a big, colorful licorice candy!

1y ago

The Rolls Royce Phantom has always been a very elegant and distinctive car. Even though customers can realize unimaginable ideas, few Phantoms feature fanciful colour schemes. Maybe that's why a street artist allowed himself to touch one of these cars.

From a chic limousine, the Phantom has been transformed into a colourful art car! Street artist Bradley Theodore was the one who got involved and created this unusual Phantom. The car belongs to the Abu Dhabi Motors dealership in the United Arab Emirates. We can therefore assume that it is ready to be delivered to a customer.

As you can see, the Phantom is metamorphosed and is covered with a more than unusual set of colors. The bodywork, originally of a blue colour, receives countless touches of green, red and blue. A small yellow stripe even highlights the headlights. It looks like the car has received several giant brushstrokes!

If you're a Rolls Royce fan and fear that this Phantom is doomed forever, think again! The bodywork is actually covered with a transparent plastic film, which preserves the original paintwork. You just have to remove this film to get this Phantom back to its original appearance.

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Comments (11)

  • La Mona Lisa is an art, this is a 4 year old’s attempt at art

      1 year ago
  • Ok who let a three year old near a expensive car with a paint brush.

      1 year ago
  • a hideous art car

      1 year ago
  • Pathetic

      1 year ago
  • I’ll never understand the concept of art. I think it involves destroying something or using cheap materials to build a conversation piece, that you sell for a ridiculous amount of money.

      1 year ago