Jeff Koons, the artist chosen by BMW to draw the 17th art car, presented the first sketch of the future decorated competition model. The model is based on the BMW M3 GT2 and will debut at this year edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
BMW will make the 17th art car in order to compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. As you know, the artist chose to decorate this model is Jeff Koons, and the model that will be drawn is the BMW M3 GT2. This year, BMW celebrates 35 years from drawing the first art car, and Jeff Koons decided to follow the example of Roy Lichtenstein, who presented the model designed by him in 1977 at the Pompidou Centre in Paris.
The debut in the competition at Le Mans will take place in mid June, while the presentation of the new art car from BMW will take place on June 1. The artist Jeff Koons is 45 years old and is known for chrome statuettes thas has created over time, which are made of ordinary objects, but also other unusual items. For this model, Jeff Koons has created a digital collage that will be applied with a series of stickers. They are made on the basis of competitive models and images with various vibrant colors and great graphics.