This is what happens when a Countach gets the Lo-Res treatment
The car is the latest in a series of projects using United Nude’s semi-automatic ‘Lo-Res’ process, which creates forms from scratch, or using existing designs as a basis. With the latter, the method takes a CAD model of an object – such as a Verner Panton chair or, in this case, a Countach – and repeatedly lowers the 3D resolution until only the most dominant lines remain. Along with the concept car, United Nude has also produced numerous shoes (the company’s core business) using this method, as well as bags, bracelets and chairs. No Countaches were harmed.
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