Ella Freire

1981 Lotus Espirit Turbo Black

The Lotus Esprit Turbo was launched at the Paris Auto Show, it went in to production in 1976. It was the first for designer Georgette Giugiaro’s polygonal “folded paper” designs. It was featured in the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, in 1977, here it was a fictional modified version which converted into a submarine.

Like this Esprit, each vintage car print is produced using a layering technique of metallic, coloured & white inks, the print is then reversed mounted onto 8mm thick flame polished acrylic. The artwork is not only protected against dirt, scratching & discolouring but it can also achieves a floating, three dimensional quality unobtainable by any other process.

Perspex face mounting provides a brilliance, intensity and saturation of image that has to be seen to be believed. Each framed artwork is supplied with painted split-battens for hanging.

Size: 140cm x 57cm

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