La MJC Keeps the 10-Year Celebrations of 'All Gone' Going With Eclectic Smart Car Collaborations

A car to match the cover of every book.

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Michael Dupouy, the creative behind the notable street culture book All Gone, has been celebrating the 10th anniversary this year with a series of Diadora collaborations and now a less expected one with Smart Car and Ed Banger Records. Ten cars have been wrapped in prints to match the covers of each book that have gone to print. An appropriate project, as the book often celebrates the most innovative happenings to push street culture forward. The cars can be seen this weekend as they debut at Mondial De L’automobile in Paris where people will have the chance to vote on one of the models to go into limited production.

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