You’re not an accomplished pop artist if you can’t resonate with the less fortunate’s grief, and you’re not a superstar if you don’t at least try to make this world a better place. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign that is looking to raise awareness about the disease. If you see regular cars suddenly being wrapped in pink, now you know why.
Like most of the serious health conditions, breast cancer can be treated, and lives can be saved only if the disease is detected in its early stages. That’s what National Breast Cancer is working on. It helps communities to create an early detection plan and invites others to do the same. Hosting a fundraiser to help provide mammograms for women in need is another significant action the organization is after.
All these initiatives are more than praiseworthy, of course, but a little fame factor will always make things happen a lot faster. Therefore, Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an excellent opportunity for famous people to spread the word. Austin Mahone is a young artist from San Antonio, Texas, who is slowly walking on the path Justin Bieber did, and we say his gesture is commendable.
However, we can’t help but notice the Ranger Rover in question. Say we could have ignored the pink bubbles wrap, but look at those wheels. It’s like a candy store, no way can a guy drive that.
Furthermore, since the artist is one of the long-time Metro Wrapz customers, we have found that this luxury SUV is more like a testbed for Mahone’s strange tuning ideas.
The car started off with a bright red exterior and was gradually wrapped in several finishes. First, Mahone used a vibrant color combination, bright red and black, just so it could look a little more grown up, probably.
However, that wasn’t enough for this artist who had to remake it ground up about a year ago. Luckily, this time, he used the drawings of a huge fan, who has been sending him sketches via e-mail. It turned out the young painter was quite skilled, and the Range Rover received quite the touch. The pink finish should be changed next month, so we can only hope he’ll have a better idea next time. By: autoevolution