Piet Mondrian’s various abstract compositions define the De Stijl movement with basic geometric shapes and primary colours in the modern era. Russian architect and designer Vasily Klyukin borrowed Mondrian’s concept for adaptation on extravagant villas and yachts as his latest project. Autosalon Mondrian consists a series of renderings that feature the dutch artist’s signature motif on numerous vehicles, including Mercedes-Benz G-Class, Maserati Levante, Range Rover, Tesla Model X, and more. Klyukin explains the project imagine using automobiles as the medium for creativity, which they transform the streets into a “huge mobile gallery”. Will any automaker consider similar ideas for the camouflage wrap for test cars?