This isn’t the first time Lewis Hamilton has collaborated with Japanese artists; last year, for example, he presented the result of his collaboration with Takashi Murakami before the Suzuka podium. And this time he joined forces with another prominent representative of the art world of the Land of the Rising Sun – Hajime Soroyama, who works in the genre of hyperrealism.
But if in 2022 we were talking about a clothing collection released by the +44 brand, owned by the seven-time world champion, now it is also an unusually designed helmet with a luminous visor.
True, unlike Singapore, the Japanese Grand Prix takes place in daylight, and the weather promises to be mostly dry and even sunny on Saturday and Sunday, and all these beauties are clearly visible only in images taken during a special photo shoot.
“I worked on this helmet together with Hajime Soroyama and I am very proud of it! – noted the Mercedes driver. – I have been a fan of his work for a long time, and as soon as I launched my brand +44, I set myself the goal of working with him. I want you all to see this helmet on the track as soon as possible.
Source: F1 News
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