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A Look Inside Arthur Kar‘s L'art de l'automobile "Crash Test" Exhibition

Whips, merch and art.

Vintage car collector, fashion designer, and fledgling artist Arthur Kar of L’Art De L’Automobile recently launched his “Crash Test” exhibit in Paris, France.

The centerpiece of the presentation is a ‘90s Lamborghini Diablo draped in one of the more iconic “Superfly Yellow” paint jobs alongside “Kar” decals. Additionally, crash test signage, dummies, and limited edition merchandise spanning long- and short-sleeve T-shirt, keychains, as well as stickers are purveyed at the Parisian space.

Tour the “Crash Test” exhibit above.

L’Art De L’Automobile “Crash Test” Exhibition
January 16-17, 2018
66 rue de Turenne
75003, Paris

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