A series of new Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 posters have come to an end, and the fifth and final one in the collection was unveiled last week. The five posters feature a limited edition super sports car unveiled at Pebble Beach in August 2021, 112 of which have already been sold, as a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the original Countach.
The futuristic limited edition Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 continues to inspire, reflecting its predecessor’s maverick iconic status that defined a new horizon for automotive design. The image of the original Countach strongly expressed the passion of top car connoisseurs as well as the generation of teenagers who chose a Countach poster for their bedroom wall.
The love for the timeless lines of the Countach, reinterpreted in this collection of posters, highlights how the image alone can spark creativity. Each of the five Automobili Lamborghini posters is signed by artists and illustrators specializing in 3D and digital work, which fueled the Countach legend and affirmed the icon’s immortality, and is available at: Lamborghini Shop.
Contributing designers from all over the world each bring a particular dimension and interpretation of the Countach LPI 800-4 as a symbol of the future.
Pakistani 3D illustrator and CGI artist Omar Aqil places the Countach at the center of the incredible technological evolution of the past 50 years.
Yegor Zhuldybin, a young Russian designer specializing in surreal digital collages, explores how the new Countach fits into today’s world between a modern incarnation of the iconic model and a celebration of Lamborghini’s history.
Inspired by the influence of vintage posters from the 1980s, Shy.Studio, an independent motion graphics studio specializing in 3D animations and still lifes, reproduces the legendary Countach design in a modern setting mixed with abstract elements, tactile and futuristic objects. from another world.
Known for his 3D work with hypnotic looping animations, Swedish artist Andreas Wannerstedt offers a reinterpretation of staging the encounter between nature and cutting-edge human technology: The delicate nuances of an imaginary sunset meet the clean lines of the Countach LPI 800-4.
LRNZ (Lorenzo Ceccotti): Graphic designer, motion graphics creator, animator and illustrator, highlighting the new Countach’s outstanding graphic qualities with an emphasis on extreme minimalism and hi-tech vibes.