Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments
Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments
Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments
Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments
Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments
Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments
Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments
Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments
Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments
Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments
Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments

Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments

€56,20
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1/200 Every copy signed and numbered by the artist, Ricardo Santos
Size 50 x 70 cm / 19.7 x 27.5 in

Material Info
Print technology Offset print
Paper Fedrigoni Freelife Cento Rough 170 grs. High quality recycled paper with a smooth finish, made with 100% FSC® certified recycled fiber
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Packaging Rolled in a Tube

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Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments

Two Beautiful Italian Sound Instruments

€56,20
The story of this print.
THE ITALIAN SYMPHONY!

The Ferrari 641 was not only one of the most beautiful Ferrari Formula 1 cars, but it also came so close to taking Alain Prost to the world championship.

During McLaren-Honda’s dominant seasons from 1988-1991, no car pushed it harder than the Ferrari 641.
With Nigel Mansell and Alain Prost has teammates this design masterpiece showed all its beauty in the race track.
With its unique lines that ressembled a Staradivarius cello, and that ferrari red colour that made your heart beat faster, the 641 was the Top Model of its days and a real contender for the 1990 Championship.

In the skilled hands of the Professor who won 5 grands prix that year, the title was only denied when his bitter rival, Ayrton Senna, drove him off the track at Suzuka.

The Ferrari 641 is still one of the most beautiful F1 cars of all time and a real italian symphony for our eyes.

And if we had any doubts of its uniqueness there’s one in New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
I hope you like it has much as I do!