Spanish Artist Marko F1 Creates Amazing Digital Formula 1 Work

Marko is an artist specialising in presenting Formula 1 cars, drivers and technology in a way that no-one else seems to be doing.

The works are made up from editing and manipulating thousands of unique images captured by existing F1 photographers Jordi Camp, José María Rosa and Miquel Liso.

Grosjean driving for Haas
Grosjean driving for Haas

His work has been around for over a decade, and has these have now been grouped into a volume of 100 F1-inspired works in the form of Feel - and new book that is ideal for any F1 fan’s coffee table.

The book has been forwarded by Joan Villadelprat (he used to work for McLaren, Ferrari and Benetton so he knows what he is talking about) and says “In his creations we can appreciate the enormous admiration and respect of the author for what he loves. Marko takes us into an avant-garde vision and with a certain surreal touch about F1, showing at the same time a real, tangible and authentic result that connects powerfully with the spectator “.

Work from the 2018 season shows Lance Stroll hidden under the halo
Work from the 2018 season shows Lance Stroll hidden under the halo
Pretty in Pink. The 2017 Force India
Pretty in Pink. The 2017 Force India

The book is limited to 1000 copies and is only available on Amazon (France, UK, Germany, Spain and Italy). Individual prints will also be available on The GP Box pretty soon.

The 2017 Sauber livery was awesome
The 2017 Sauber livery was awesome

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