Ayrton Senna in Lotus 99T 1987 by Armin Flossdorf. Artprint signed by the artist and limited 161 pcs.
Armin Flossdorf painted the original artworks during several live-painting events in the 2017 Formula 1 seasone.
Due to the high demand, an art print series was produced, limited to 161 pieces per motif. All art prints were signed by Armin Flossdorf and realized in a complex multi-layer printing process consisting of offset printing, matt lacquer and partial UV coating.
About the product:
About the artist:
Armin Flossdorf has been working on sports- themes for ten years - in particular Formula One. His main technique is acryllics and pencil on canvas. His interest and close connection to motorsports in general and to the Formula One in particular naturally lead him to action-paintings of Formula 1 cars. As a consequence racing cars became his objects of preference and most interpreted motive. Soon his "F1-arts" made him well recognized within the motorsport scene. In the following years he equipped VIP-Lounges around race tracks, performed his live-paintings and exhibited his art around races and on motorsport- events. Therefore his art became part of international motorsport and especially of the Formula One, very much welcomed by fans and participants. One of his first big supporters within the Formula One was Jean Todt, who meanwhile has equipped his F1-museum in Paris with various pieces of Armin's art. By now his paintings are spread all over the world in galleries as well as offices and houses of people related to motorsport - drivers, functionaries, fans you name it.
Started off in Monaco as his first "Formula One - Fanatic Location" he now exhibits his art all around the world, where ever qualitative motorsport is near. In 2008 he accompanied the F1 to Montreal and Singapore, where he exhibited in exclusive F1- related hotels and performed his live-paintings around various events. In 2009 he will exhibit in Bahrain, Monaco, Milan, Singapore and Abu Dhabi.