Street artist Bip Apollo recently spraypainted a rare 1965 Mustang for new private car collection.
“In this painting, “Apollo’s Charriot” I created dripped out versions of ancient Roman/Greek sculptures I’m studying as I shift toward bronze and silver work…one of Zeus (of Otricoli), the other of Juno (of Ludovisi). In ancient mythology, these two were married lovers, and I liked the idea of a couple riding in this car together after my painting… 🚀💫,” the artist shared on his posts.
Bip Apollo (also known online as “Bip Graffiti”, “BiP”, and “Believe in People”) is a formerly anonymous painter and sculptor who is, according to at least one description, “known internationally for his role in spear-heading the North American street art revival”.
Bip produces work internationally as a large-scale muralist, street artist, and an occasional animator. BiP does not consider his spray-painting, stenciling, and wheat-pasting to be traditional graffiti, as graffiti artists focus on perfecting lettering styles, spreading their brand and other common characteristics of graffiti.
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