If you ask us, the Alfa Romeo Giulia is one of the better looking four-door cars on sale today. Good proportions, mature yet sporty touches and a recognizable Alfa face make it a handsome offering, but artist Stephen Elliott Webb recently decided to lend his own personal touch to the Giulia’s appearance.
Webb turned a white Giulia into an art car during the recent “One Artist – One Car – One Night” charity event, which benefitted The Fisher House Charleston, a charity that provides temporary housing to veterans and their families whilst they are undergoing medical treatment.
The event was held at the swanky Grand Bohemian Hotel in Orlando, Florida and saw Webb paint the Giulia from start to finish. You can see his process in the video embedded above. We sure like the way it looks, but if we owned a Giulia Quadrifoglio, we’d be keeping Webb had his talented hands away from our car.
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