Mini Cooper With 1 Million Swarovski Crystals

Posted: May 6 2007, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:43am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

Mini Cooper with 1 million Swarovski Crystals
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American artists cover Mini Cooper with 1 million Swarovski crystals.

CrystalArt Inc’s "American Icon" car features over one-million Swarvoski crystals in 50 different shades of color to represent the 50 states.
Handcrafted, each stone was meticulously placed by four people – an undertaking that took six months to complete.
The car depicts America’s most revered iconic scenery and symbols including The Statue of Liberty, Mount Rushmore, The White House, The American Flag and the Eagle, among others. The swarovski Mini was first shown in NY early April.
About Crystal Art
CrystalArt Inc. was formed in 2006 to combine the skills and talents of Ken and Annie Burkitt, pioneers in the artistic use of crystals and the forward thinking of David Moyal, president of 1- 800 Postcards Inc, one of New York’s largest printers and proponents of innovative imagery.
More details on the CrystalArt site. Via Just Elite.

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