Created for Italian luxury leather company Foglizzo and unveiled at an exclusive party at the 76th Monaco Grand Prix, this “moving piece of art” took Sharbatly four days to paint using just a brush.
Prior to being painted, the 540 hp Paganai supercar was wrapped by D-Factory Italia with a film to protect the metal sheets and create a clean canvas for Sharbatly to work.
Each section of the Zonda S features different shades, resulting in an eye-catching design combining a variety of colors and swirls, cool shades and warm hues. At the front, Sharbatly used a mix of blue and green with touches of purple highlights. On the passenger side of the Zonda, Shartbatly used a mixture of reds, pinks, purples, blues, and a hint of yellow contrasting heavily with the driver side, which is dominated by different shades of blue and green.
So what do you think? Dope or nope? While I like the concept, I prefer my Pagani Zondas with a racier, more traditional look.