Ferrari is a cult – from now on also art!

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Heiko Saxo – the car artist literally struck! From the original parts of a 250 GT 12 sculptures were created in Weert Netherlands.

Another work of art rears up around the sculptures. The 4.50 m tall horse made of steel with the legendary components of the Testarossa, Daytona Spyder from 1969 and 275 GTB from 1965.

Heiko Saxo discovered his sculptural elements hidden in a back hall in Modena, the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari and also in southern Italy. Dusty and covered, Saxo recognized the silhouettes of the unaffordable supercars.

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The passion of Heiko Saxo, who transforms the motorsport world into works of art in shapes, colors and tones.

As a declaration of love to the master of construction and motorsport, Heiko Saxo dedicates his red collection.

The Saxo Bank of Art will present the Ferrari sculptures that are for sale.

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