When Art Meets Automobile

Artists have been fascinated by cars since their creation. In galleries and studios around the world, cars have been depicted as objects of affection, hatred, or even as fetishes. This is more common than you might think, as artists often love the art that they make.

Art has moved in a new direction thanks to Web3. The new canvas are NFTs, which can be auctioned off and then sold on online marketplaces in a matter of seconds. Artists genuinely have a new way of expressing themselves, and the sky’s the limit.

Phillipe Pasqua, a traditional artist, has chosen the NFT route. His beautiful collections have sold in seconds. Philippe Pasqua, an artist, sculptor and draughtsman from France, is well-known for his drawings, paintings and sculptures.

He is a self-taught artist well renowned for his Portrait paintings and is regarded as one of his generation’s greatest painters. Phillipe’s website has two collections, which were both sold in minutes.

“Vanity by Philippe” was his debut collection, a collection of the most beautiful human skulls; it was an instant hit. These are very costly, ranging between 3 and 7 ETH.

The second collection was no exception—a magnificent combination of 8 rare numbered images of living butterflies landing on a human skull covered in paint, hence the name Papillon (French for “butterfly”). The floor price for the collection was 2.2 ETH.

Phillipe has a new beautiful collection. It is an excellent investment, and there is huge potential to win some exciting prizes after his previous successes.

Philippe Pasqua’s third collection is titled WEN? A Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera, coated in Hermès leather and tattooed by Philippe Pasqua, will be given away free to the owner of this fantastic collection. During a private sale at the Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo in 2014, the Lamborghini was sold for over 800 000 dollars (605 295 dollars minus costs). This Lamborghini was made to attach on a wall.

It’s a Lamborghini, to be precise!! It’s not just any Lambo; it’s one that Phillipe himself has tattooed; the design is based on his general aesthetic, and owning one would be a dream come true!

The third collection will contain 222 NFTs. The holders of the second and first collections will receive 5 NFTs from the third collection.

Philippe Pasqua will frame all three of his lithographs, and those who have them all will get a certificate. Each NFT is basically a Golden Ticket for Philippe Pasqua’s planned Funny Death Maze, a physical and virtual maze.

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