Italian artist Paolo Troilo painted the body of Lamborghini Huracán EVO with an artwork that was inspired by the emotions he experienced during a drive in the supercar. The result, the artwork known as “Minotauro” (Minotaur), was unveiled during the event at La Bullona in Milan.
The Huracán EVO bodywork was painted using the artists’s signature finger-painting technique. The artwork depicts the powerful features of a man’s body as its defining element and a means of communication. “Minotauro” celebrates the Huracán EVO by portraying a fusion between man, the bull symbol of Automobili Lamborghini, and the concept of myth expressed in the heroic force exuded by the man’s figure painted on the sides of the car. The strength communicated by the forearms and the clenched fists on the front hood remind a bull’s horns.
His artistic career started in April 2005 when, while still working in advertising, he decided to switch from drawing to the noble art of painting. The day he started gathering together the materials he needed to make that leap, he forgot to buy brushes. This “mistake” gave us his technique. Troilo started painting with his fingers and this technique, together with the powerful figurative results, make him unique. His works have been exhibited in Singapore, San Francisco, Istanbul, Tel Aviv, Los Angeles, New York, Milan, Rome, Palermo, and Florence.
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