Book publisher TASCHEN has revealed a book designed by Australian born industrial designer Marc Newson in tribute to Ferrari‘s seven decades of esteem. The leather-bound books are signed and numbered to a limited 1,947 copies.
The handstitched Collector’s Edition is implanted in the Ferrari motor–inspired aluminum case created by Newson, which was closely collaborated upon alongside the Italian automakers. Inside features exclusive content from the Ferrari Archives, which also includes unseen photographs and documents pertaining to the brand’s rich legacy. The Art Edition, of which only 250 exists, is raised by a sculpture designed by Newson inspired by the 12-cylinder engine in hand-bent, flared chromed steel.
Grab each book from TASCHEN’s webstore when they arrive in July.
In other news, Ferrari debuts SP38 Supercar made for one customer only.