Seeing this morning the image that illustrates the article, the first thing that came to mind are those gifts that children innocently wrap and that are not able to hide the shape of the gift. Although on many occasions the wrapped object can be confused, this Christmas I have been asked if he had a guitar wrapped when what was inside the paper was a ham. Focusing the subject again on what concerns us, it turns out that Pro Italia, a Ducati store in Los Angeles (USA) have decided prepare a showcase for the holidays somewhat special.
So Tammy Hilton and Karen Rickman got to work as if they were Christo's apprentices. Six hours later (and after removing the MV Agusta light from that window) they managed to pack a Ducati Multistada 1200 and make the package look like that motorcycle as well. I think the red ribbon thing is part of the expression that surely we have all used that "for that money I even put a red ribbon on you." Unfortunately, Alex (a client) arrived two days later and after paying the price of the motorcycle the unwrapped it and took it home.