A Pagani Zonda S has been transformed into a V12-powered canvas by Foglizzo Leather and Saudi artist Shalemar Sharbatly.
Shartbatly was given the unique opportunity to show off her skills with the Zonda S, hand-painting the entire exterior with nothing but a brush and her eye for detail.
The finish of the Italian supercar makes it stand out even when compared to the array of colored carbon fiber the company produces. On the passenger side of the Zonda, Shartbatly has used a mixture of reds, pinks, purples, blue, and a splash of yellow to create an intrinsic design fitting of a vehicle as legendary as the Zonda.
While the passenger side is made up primarily of reds, the driver side is dominated by various shades of blue and green and from some angles, looks like the sea.
Before you ask, the paint has actually been applied to a film wrap that covers all of the exterior body panels, meaning it is easily removable. It took Sharbatly four days of intense work to paint the car to create “a piece of art which seems to embrace motion when it is staring in front of you.”
Shartbatly made a name for herself in the art scene with her concept of “Moving Art” which is designed to move art beyond the elitist walls of the gallery.