Marc Newson: Transport- 09.17.10
An amazing gallery exhibition opened up in NY and since i couldn’t make it over ~ my awesome friend, Anna Corpron of Sub-Studio was willing to go be my eyes over there! She’s back with incredible pics of the Gagosian Gallery’s ‘Transport’ a thematic exhibition by Marc Newson that brings together all of his major designs and realized products for transport and human locomotion since 1999 for the first time in one space! Absolutely incredible images from cars to shoes to planes to boats and more! (Thanks, Anna!!!) ~ check it all out on the next page!
Ford 021C urban concept car.
EADS Astrium Space Plane prototype (2007) designed for commercial space tourism.
‘Kelvin40’ (2003), a small jet plane named after the main character in Tarkovsky’s Solaris and commissioned by Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain.
The “convertible” Zvezdochka trainer for Nike (2004), designed for general use by Russian cosmonauts in the International Space Station and named after the fifth Russian dog in spac
The Aquariva boat, Newson’s reinterpretation of the leisure speedboats produced by the Italian boatmaker Riva. The Aquariva is limited to an edition of 22 boats, selling for $1.5 million each. The upholstery can be customized to match any color.
MN Special (2008), a lightweight carbon fiber bicycle designed for Biomega.