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The Italian Sea Group pays homage to shipowners of Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 through art

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tecnomar lamborghini homageThe Italian Sea Group chooses art to enhance the uniqueness of Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 by paying homage to all the owners of the iconic yacht with the work “Vrumm Bang Bull”, a sculpture created by the artist Daniele Basso.

Vrumm Bang Bull is a resin bull with a mirror-polished nautical steel base (35x21cm, h21cm) that will be given to owners upon delivery of the motor yacht. TISG has chosen this work by Daniele Basso, who often exhibits his creations in the shipyard, for the aesthetic affinity with the characteristics of the yacht and the car and for the material with which it was made.

Art has always been a fundamental element of the luxury and philosophy of TISG. In Marina di Carrara, contamination with the codes of art becomes preferential and is expressed in the collection of works disseminated in the management and operational headquarters of the company. An ever-evolving collection, offered to the admiration of ship owners and designers so that they can benefit and be inspired by it.

Beauty and emotions

I chose to pay homage to our owners of the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 with this work by Daniele Basso to give an additional element of exclusivity and uniqueness but also because I think that art helps to live in beauty, beauty feeds emotions, emotions stimulate ideas, ideas lead to new projects – comments Giovanni Costantino, founder and CEO of The Italian Sea Group –

Just like artists, each of us is committed to creating a work and surrounding ourselves with their works helps us ,on one hand, to share a dimension of well-being, on the other, to establish a more intimate and profound dialogue with customers, all collectors and enthusiasts “.

It is really a pleasure and an honor for me – explains the artist Daniele Basso – to have created the work Vrumm Bang Bull. The iconic power and indomitable strength of the bull, enhanced by the taut edges of the animal ready to shoot, in an extraordinary formal coherence between work and Lamborghini style, immediately express the exclusive partnership of the Sant’Agata Bolognese company with The Italian Sea Group.

A precious symbol, for the lucky first owners of the innovative yachts, which recalls the importance in life to fight for their own identity and to build the future they want to live in. A project that was possible thanks to the precious collaboration with Laura Tartarelli Contemporary Art “.