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George Willis Ritchey, Untitled photograph (Celestial phenomena), circa 1892

George Willis Ritchey, Untitled photograph (Celestial phenomena), circa 1892

George Willis Ritchey, Untitled photograph (Celestial phenomena), circa 1900

George Willis Ritchey, Untitled photograph (Celestial phenomena), circa 1900

George Willis Ritchey, Untitled photograph (Celestial phenomena), circa 1900

George Willis Ritchey, Untitled photograph (Celestial phenomena), circa 1900

George Willis Ritchey, Untitled photograph (Celestial phenomena), circa 1892

George Willis Ritchey, Untitled photograph (Celestial phenomena), circa 1892

Compressed Ferrari 360 Modena Table by Roberto Bernardi (2007, 1 of 1)
This unique motoring artwork was owned by the late Jacques Swaters, the former racing driver, team owner, car collector and proprietor of Garage Francorchamps, the Belgian Ferrari importer. The original idea and creation by Roberto Bernardi—former bodywork specialist at Garage Francorchamps—consists of the compressed remains of an irreparably damaged blue metallic Ferrari 360 Modena, topped by a sheet of glass to form a coffee table.

Compressed Ferrari 360 Modena Table by Roberto Bernardi (2007, 1 of 1)

This unique motoring artwork was owned by the late Jacques Swaters, the former racing driver, team owner, car collector and proprietor of Garage Francorchamps, the Belgian Ferrari importer. The original idea and creation by Roberto Bernardi—former bodywork specialist at Garage Francorchamps—consists of the compressed remains of an irreparably damaged blue metallic Ferrari 360 Modena, topped by a sheet of glass to form a coffee table.