Rolls-Royce's car dashboard is handcrafted and beautifully decorated by craftsmen to create a work of art. It is called a "gallery". There is no one in the world that is the same, "Bispoke" is synonymous with Rolls-Royce.
Rolls-Royce, with "bespoke" as a key element of the brand, is actively collaborating with art and has released a new phantom in collaboration with South African artist Dr. Esther Mallang. Dr. Marangu is one of the world's leading artists of what is known as “Ndebeleato”, which is lined with crafts, costumes and houses depicting unique colors and geometric patterns. His work is housed in museums around the world and is one of the most respected artists in Africa.
The phantom she finished was named "The Marangu Phantom" by Rolls-Royce in honor of the artist. Dr. Malang has also set up an art school in his native Mpumalanga to protect African culture and traditions. Marang Phantom's sales revenue will be partially donated to the school.
"I am delighted to finally show off the Marang Phantom, and it has become a symbol of contemporary African art," said Cesar Hubbieb, Regional Director of Rolls-Royce Motorcars Middle East / Africa. The interior “Gallery” expresses the individuality and creative artwork of each Rolls-Royce player, and we are honored to incorporate Dr. Marangu's work into the noble interior of the Phantom. "
"Dr. Marangang has been a world-renowned illustrious, geometric and abstract work of art since he was ten years old. We are pleased to see this artwork in collaboration with Rolls-Royce. I can feel it, "commented Craig Mark of Melrose Gallery, a representative of Dr. Marangu's work.
Look forward to the world of art from Rolls-Royce.