The Alfa Romeo Carabo is a concept car first shown at the 1968 Paris Motor Show. It was designed by Marcello Gandini, working for the Bertone design studio. The name Carabo is derived of Carabidae, as evoked by the car’s iridescent green and orange coloring. Photography by Mr Benedict Redgrove. His clean, graphic and sophisticated aesthetic makes him one of our favourite photographers.
Alfa Romeo Carabo by Bertone Design studios and photographed by Benedict Redgrove.
Redgrove's career began in graphic design, a foundation that is still-evident in his image making. In his personal work he seeks out vast bodies of land, sky and sea. Through these endless vistas he sees both detail and beauty, focussing – often to the point of obsession.
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