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Aston Martin Creates Artwork Out Of Its Discarded Leather Scraps

Aston Martin Creates Artwork Out Of Its Discarded Leather Scraps
Automotive

Instead of ending up in landfills, these waste cut-outs were repurposed as automotive art

Emma Hutchings
  • 19 may 2016

The Luxury British sports car manufacturer Aston Martin has released a video showing the creation of a large-scale work of art at its Gaydon Headquarters in the UK.

The VIP atrium is described as the “ultimate creative showcase” and the leftover leather scraps that aren’t used for their car interiors have been repurposed for a piece of automotive art. The waste cut-outs of various sizes were laid out on top of a large white canvas. The small team working on this project gradually built up an image of an Aston Martin Vanquish.

You can check out the #AtriumArt taking shape in the video below:

Atrium Art

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