Earlier this month we brought you pictures of the Arctic White Corvette Stingray that was painted by three young members of the General Motors design team as part of a fundraiser for the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD).
Chevy has released a time-lapse video showing exactly how the three designers put the paint to canvas and ended up with one very cool (and very fast) pieces of contemporary art.
Despite the time-lapse that speeds up the action, we are amazed at how quickly the design trio paints the car.
As the car news completion we see Chevrolet’s Tom Peters helping out with removing the plastic sheeting covering the headlights, winshield and other parts of the car that were to remain unpainted.
Over 200 people were on hand at the fundraising gala and they watched the three GM designers, Casey Swanseger, 30; Tyler Mars, 28; and Haneif Katebi, 25, repaint the Stingray while a disc jockey spun music in the background.
The gala fundraiser brought in nearly $400,000 for the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD).
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