artist Jeff Koons finished the prettification BMW M3 GT2 for twenty-four races in Le Mans, which will take place next weekend. Presentation of the car took place recently in the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. Jeff Koons was the seventeenth in a row popular artist, a hand in the design of vehicles Bavarian concern. Among his predecessors were such famous artists as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Stella and David Hockney. Presentation of the work of Koons was held in the same place in 1977, exhibited to the public his BMW Liechtenstein. Koons car painted multicolored rays that as air flows, "flow around" the contours of the car. Colored bands were printed on a vinyl basis, which is then pasted in the body of the car and covered with two layers of clearcoat.