Possibly the slowest corner of any on the Grand Prix circuit, but by no means the easiest. It feels like you can walk faster than you drive through there, which have proven far too many times to be very deceiving.
There are more failed overtaking attempts into this corner than any other in the world probably. - Stefan Johansson
Printed on Signa Smooth. A matte, smooth texture, neutral white fine art paper. A paper that is strong and dimensionally stable. Made from 100% cotton fiber. Acid and linen free. The paper is archival certified to last 100+ years.
All prints comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
Available in three sizes.
Please note that frame is not included.
"Memories of a Past Life" are a series of abstracts created by Stefan Johansson. Drawing inspiration from his previous career as a Formula One Racing Driver, each painting is named after a corner or a section at various Grand Prix circuits around the world.
Stefan Johansson spent most of his life racing cars, with a 10 year career in Formula 1, driving for teams such as Ferrari and McLaren and winning the prestigious Le Mans 24 hour race for Porsche. 1986, when his best friend and rival, Elio De Angelis, was killed Stefan decided to pick up a brush and a canvas...