Everybody has a different story and path into automotive enthusiasm, but a large chunk of people fell into obsessive passions for cars by staring at posters taped to their bedroom walls as kids. They’d see cars they liked on the street or at a show, and within a week, that car was positioned next to Michael Jordan, Three 6 Mafia, bears in the Rocky Mountains, or whatever else you had up there. Wild-looking supercars were often the subjects of these car posters, and the Lamborghini Countach is one of the most prototypical dream cars ever made.

  • Car: Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4
  • Location: Photoshop
  • Credit: Lamborghini

To celebrate the launch of the Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4, Lamborghini decided to revisit the idea of head-in-the-clouds posters with five new Countach prints. They all have slightly different vibes, but the overarching difference from the old days is that these posters were assembled inside with a computer rather than outside with a camera. Here’s a glimpse of all five:

Graphic Design Is My Passion: Lamborghini Releases Modern Countach Posters

The posters can be downloaded here (the photos are slightly cropped) or purchased from the Lamborghini store for $38 a pop.

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