2013 Ducati Monster Art 新車抵港


Monster Art

Monster is the bike that has set a record throughout the world for its art of customization. Stylists, designers, artists, actors, singers and especially big fans from all countries have indulged themselves throughout the years in creating their own artwork, finding Monster as their muse.

In this context, Monster Art was born as a space to try out innovative languages and stylistic trends with a main theme: to celebrate and emphasize the great artistic potential of Monster.

The Monster Art project is a constantly changing laboratory, ready to provide the tools to explore creative solutions and give an exquisitely artistic character to its bike. This project has taken shape over the years into a series of chapters. Based on the idea that the colours are thrilling, the range of vibrant shades in 2009 were just perfect to express any kind of personality.

The episode is called Colour Therapy. The following year the Logomania collection, with the introduction of those vintage graphics, became an extraordinary tribute to the history of the Ducati brands and to their evolution over the past fifty years.

Finally, the graphics dedicated to the official motorbike riders of the Ducati Team 2011 take inspiration from the livery of the Desmosedici GP11 and show the details, colours and race numbers of Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden.

The Ducati Darmah

The Ducati Darmah of the 70s and 80s was a naked model that used basic colours and stripes that captured the very essence of that era.

 The black and gold has now been combined with the period Ducati logo and remembered in ‘Logomania’.

Ducati Corse
The new Ducati Corse logo, first launched at the end of 2009 with celebratory 1198 R Special Edition and 1198 S Corse Special Edition models, is now further celebrated with its own ‘Logomania’ scheme within the Monster Art collection.

The Ducati March 1

Ducati Mach 1
The 1960s saw Ducati’s single-cylinder engines continue to develop even more sports oriented specifications, and it all started with the Ducati 250 Mach 1. Some 50 years later, the style is now captured in this distinctive scheme of red and white and, again, carrying the historic Ducati Meccanica tank logo.

GP11 Nicky Hayden

GP 11 - Nicky Hayden
Dedicated to all "Kentucky Kid" fans, with a sparkling number 69 and details in gloss black; on the nose fairing, instead, lies the ‘winged sword’ emblem seen on Nicky’s helmet.

GP11 Valentino Rossi

GP 11 - Valentino Rossi
A stunning tribute to “The Doctor” with touches of “fluoro” yellow, the legendary number 46 on the tank and the colourful “The Doctor” legend on the nose fairing.