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Range Rover’s Wire Frame Sculptures (4 total)

Range Rover recently went artistic on us with their eye-catching interpretations of their new Range Rover Evoque. The SUV is the smallest, lightest and most fuel efficient Range Rover ever produced and was designed with the creative audience in mind. Range Rover chose Paris as the first city to see the car and marked its arrival with a series of unique art installations that they say, “epitomize the cars' city spirit.” They chose four contemporary Parisian artists to create these wire frame sculptures – Yorgo Touplas, Andr (AKA Monsieur A), JCDC, and Surface To Air. Positioned around iconic locations, the installations each highlighted a different selling point – technology, design, luxury, and sustainability. Yorgo Tloupas – Technology – Centre Pompidou

Andre – Design – Palais de Tokyo

JCDC – Luxury – Yachts de Paris

Surface to Air – Sustainability – Muse des Arts et Mtiers


The SUV goes on sale in Europe next summer and in the United States in fall 2011. Source: Range Rover Related: Incredible Three-Dimensional Wire Cars (12 pics + video)

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