Photographer Fabian Ofner from Switzerland is famous for his “blown up” and insanely detailed photographs of cars. One part of the car appears in his photographs as a whole, and the second - as if exploding, scattering into the smallest details. Starting with scale models, Ofner switched to real supercars: first he worked with the Lamborghini Miura, and now he “blew up” the Audi R8 supercar.
The entire rear of the car, including the engine, electrics, cooling system and gearbox, was dismantled to the last bolt, all the parts were thoroughly washed (the car was driving somewhere in desert Nevada, and there was a lot of sand in the details), then each element was photographed separately and assembled all pictures in one.
The composition is dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the Audi R8 with a V10 engine. And here you can buy a poster with a finished photograph. It costs 24 dollars and 95 cents (a little more than 1600 rubles).
Prior to that, Offner had similarly worked with the classic Lamborghini Miura. Take a look at how the snapshot process looked like: