A full size Range Rover Evoque convertible sculpture made up of wires has been installed by Richard Orlinski.
Land Rover just revealed a unique art sculpture by the renowned French sculptor Richard Orlinski. Orlinski has created an art installation using a full-size Range Rover Evoque Convertible.
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The wireframe has been created by collaboration between Land Rover and Orlinski. Orlinski created the wire frame art piece in his Parisian studio. Then the sculpture was shipped to the slopes of ski resort Courchevel.
On the slopes the art piece is currently being displayed. The display is part of the BORN AWARDS presented by Land Rover. The Awards are a three month celebration of design and creative talent. The art piece will remain on site in the French Alps for the remainder of the ski season.
The art installation is a full-size aluminium wireframe of the Range Rover Evoque Convertible. The sculpture creates a striking juxtaposition with the snow-covered slopes.
The wireframe features one of Orlinski's signature gorilla sculptures positioned in the driving seat. The art piece is inspired from Orlinski’s recurring theme of work the ‘Born Wild Concept’.
The concept aims to transform negative emotions into positive vital impulses. The concept further embodies moving from primordial instinct to emotion civilized.
According to Range Rover the art concept fits perfectly with their vehicle. Since the Range Rover Evoque is a car born in the wild but adapted for the city.
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According to Land Rover Chief Design Officer, they are incredibly excited to work with an artist of Richard's calibre. Range Rover’s partnership with BORN is all about celebrating creativity. The art piece applies creativity to a design close to Range Rover’s heart.