The BMW Art Car project has been wowing motorsport fans since the 1970s, but what would the designs look like on modern Formula 1 machinery?
Using a race or road car as canvas to showcase the creativity and design of some of the world’s best and most famous artists really is a wonderful thing.
From Andy Warhol to Frank Stella and Roy Lichtenstein, some big names from the art world have merged with the automotive and motorsport industries.
Some of the most well-known BMW Art Cars have raced at the iconic Le Mans 24 Hours, but what would the designs look like in a different motorsport discipline?
Designer Sean Bull has created these awesome designs, showing off what BMW Art Car projects would look like if they were on F1 cars.
It’s safe to say a lot of them would make incredibly eye-catching and stunning racing liveries – the Jeff Koons and Warhol ones look particularly cool.
BMW Art Cars have been around since the mid-1970s and new designs are regularly completed, although it’d be even more fun if it was a yearly thing.
Of course, F1 could never race with these kind of liveries, as team branding and sponsors come first, but it’s fun to image, isn’t it?
So, here are all of the BWM Art Car designs on modern F1 machinery. They really do look absolutely awesome.