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Formula 1 Ferrari F248 Art Photo - 2006
Photography Signed & Limited | Edition of 30:
- Edition of 10 on High Quality paper Hahnemühle 308gr | 100 x 50cm
- Edition of 10 on High Quality paper Hahnemühle 308gr | 80 x 40cm
Fine art Photography of the Formula 1 Ferrari F248 in 2006. Hundreds of photos assembled together to create an artistic vision. Photo creation "Ferrari F248" Signed & Limited Edition Print.
Following the dominance by Renault and McLaren in the 2005 season, Scuderia Ferrari decided to design a Ferrari capable of returning to its victories from 2000 to 2004. The Formula 1 Ferrari 248 is the result of an obvious spirit of revenge, combined with many engine improvements, including a 2400 cc 8-cylinder, and the introduction of new aerodynamic elements like its curved aileron.
With Michael Schumacher, Felipe Massa was one of the two prestigious drivers of this Ferrari 248 F1, with which he got his first podium. It was with the Ferrari 248 Formula 1 by Felipe Massa that art photographer Amaury Dubois had the opportunity to do a photoshoot, and then work to offer a personal vision, enhanced by an exaggerated sense of detail, thus paying homage to both the talent of the designers and Felipe Massa. Limited edition art photography, numbered and signed by artist Amaury Dubois.
Art photographer Amaury Dubois gives us a personal and original vision of this Formula 1 in a surprising and audacious conceptual work. Limited edition art photography, signed and numbered.
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