The Italian Sea Group chooses art to highlight the uniqueness of Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 gifting to all the Owners of the iconic yacht a sculpture realized by artist Daniele Basso, “Vrumm Bang Bull”.
Art has always represented a fundamental element of TISG’s philosophy. In Marina di Carrara, contamination through artistic codes is at the forefront and is expressed throughout the collection of pieces scattered throughout the Company’s Headquarters. A collection that is continuously evolving, offered to the enjoyment of owners, architects and designer for their benefit and inspiration.
“I have chosen to bestow our Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 owners with this work by Daniele Basso to confer a further element of exclusivity and uniqueness, but also because I believe that art helps to live life in beauty, which in turn nurtures emotions that stimulate ideas, leading to new projects – comments Giovanni Costantino, Founder & CEO of The Italian Sea Group. – Just like artists, each and everyone of us is committed to the realization of a masterpiece and surrounding ourselves with art pieces helps us, on one hand, to share a dimension of wellness and, on the other,
to establish a more profound and intimate dialogue with our clients, who are all passionate collectors.”
“It’s an immense pleasure and honor – explains artist Daniele Basso – to have realized Vrumm Bang Bull. The iconic power and relentless strength of the bull, enhanced by the tense edges of the animal captured ready to jump, in an extraordinary formal coherence between the work and Lamborghini’s style, express with immediacy the exclusive partnership between the House of Sant’Agata Bolognese and The Italian Sea Group. A precious symbol, for the lucky first possessors of the innovative yachts, reminding of the importance, in our life, to fight for one’s identity and build a desirable future. A project that has been made possible thanks to the precious collaboration with Laura Tartarelli Contemporary Art.”