So we told you there is little of the Rolls Cantona who had turned out Pop Art for a good cause, the Bentley brand has just announced a partnership with Sir Peter Blake, the father of the English Pop Art.
Take a Continental GT V8 Cab, there entrusted to Sir Blake and you will get a work of art absolutely unique! Built in partnership with the Mulliner department, the custom unlimited Bentley, the big cab ‘proudly shimmering colors, the interior mismatched seats and signed in embroidery hand of the artist. He added “I am very proud to have participated in the transformation of this beautiful car I have great admiration for the people of Bentley who managed to transform my design into reality with this unique car.”
All elements of this Bentley Continental GTC S V8 pay homage to different hospitals, as the hue Saint Luke’s Blue, founded by Sir Peter Blake tribute to the hospital Saint Luke’s Cheshire Hospice, located near Crewe, or red heart a symbol of the humanitarian work carried out in hospitals.
But above all, it sports a huge red heart on its hood. A pattern that was obviously not random since this single copy was designed for a good cause. It will indeed be offered for sale on June 24 at the auction held by Bonhams at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The proceeds then go in full to the British Association Care2Save which provides palliative care worldwide.