Autosalon Mondrian: When Art Meets Cars

Russian artist Vasily Klyukin inspired by the iconic works of legendary Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, changes the way we look at cars.

Through his recent project, Autosalon Mondrian, the artist dressed up modern day cars in the painter’s 1930 composition with Red, Yellow, Blue and Black aesthetic through his project ‘Autosalon Mondrian’.

Since many people spend much time on the roads, Klyukin decided to transform these vehicles into canvases.

Instead of sticking to the conventional white, black, blue, or silver colors often offered by automobile companies, Klyukin imagines how vibrant and colorful life would be if cars became artworks, and roads hosted mobile galleries in the form of these moving vehicles.


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