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Ford Mustang Bullitt Edition Fine art Photography. Hundreds of photos assembled together to recompose an artistic vision of this car. Photo credits "Ford Mustang Bullitt Edition"
The Ford Mustang is the other hero of the famous film Bullitt, alongside Steve McQueen. In 1968, for over ten minutes, it broke the screen and held millions of viewers in suspense with a memorable chase that propelled it to the rank of automotive myth.
Only two Ford Mustang 390 GT fastbacks, in Highland Green, were produced for the film. They are now in the hands of collectors, and one of them, recently found in Mexico, is estimated at several million dollars.
To celebrate 50 years of the film Bullitt, the artist Amaury Dubois gives us his personal vision of the " Bullit" through a work that freezes time and reveals the extraordinary intensity of the curves and details, paying homage not only to this mechanical and cinematographic icon but also to the immense talent of Steve McQueen.
Only 5 copies are available, all numbered and signed by Amaury Dubois.
The unique style of the photographer Amaury Dubois, produced by an artistic vision, an overactive imagination and a desire to create powerful images, reveals itself with this Ford Mustang Bullitt Edition revisited and diabolically incredible. Limited edition art photography, signed and numbered.
The exclusive process of ®Diasec is the acrylic resin mounting of an image.
®Diasec is a registered trademark process specially designed for the enhancement and preservation of photographs, giving photographs unmatched value and preservation. The Diasec edition is recognized by art galleries, museums and collectors around the world.
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag® Paper is the favorite photographic paper for photographers to produce art prints. Internationally renowned, this paper offers a perfect clarity to the works, while guaranteeing a faithful and realistic reproduction. Each gradation, every shade of color produces a subtle effect that transcends the work down to its smallest details.