This year’s edition of New York International Auto Show is all set to begin from April 18 in Manhattan. Leading auto companies and automotive designers will be showcasing latest production vehicles and concept cars at the annual auto show. New York-based graffiti artist John “Crash” Matos who is widely recognized for his graffiti artwork and regarded as the architect of Graffiti art movement will also be exhibiting an art car at this year’s event. Known as Ferrari F430 Art Car project, the show piece has been developed by the artist in collaboration with Dorian Grey Gallery and Martino Auto Concepts.
The Ferrari F430 used by Crash to create the automotive artwork was donated by Joe “Mac” LaPadula of Martino Auto Concepts. This amazing piece of art will be on display at the New York International Auto Show 2014 where it surely will be attracting lots of enthusiasts.
Some famous works of John “Crash” Matos include special limited edition luggage for TUMI and custom painted guitars for Eric Clapton and John Mayer. In July 2006, his work was displayed in the Brooklyn Museum of Art and in 2009 the artist held his first exhibition of painted guitars and guitar related artwork in NYC.
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