Under the Skin

The history and future of the iconic Ferrari brand at the Design Museum.

Written by Craig Berry
Designer & Writer

Ferrari archival ephemera – Pentagram Instagram
Ferrari: Under the Skin introduction video
Scuderia Ferrari logo | Ferrari logo
Enzo Ferrari in 1961
Ferrari 125 S (1947)
Ferrari 125 S type details photos by Ben Rimmer & Joe Barritt
Ferrari 125 S (1947) | Ferari 166 MM (1950) | Ferrari 500 F2 (1952)
Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet (1957) | Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Passo Corto (1960) | Ferrari 250 GTO (1962)
Ferrari 275 GTB4 (1967) | Ferrari 365 GTB4 (1973) | Ferrari Testarossa (1986)
Ferrari F40 (1988) | Ferrari F1-2000 (2000) | Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta (2016)
Ferrari: Red promo video – Pentagram
Ferrari Testarossa Spider for Gianni Agnelli (1986)
Ferrari Testarossa Spider for Gianni Agnelli (1986) photo by Ben Rimmer
Ferrari Testarossa Spider for Gianni Agnelli (1986) photo by Jonathan Peach
Steve Mcqueen & Clint Eastwood with their Ferraris
Ferrari 166 MM for Gianni Agnelli (1950)
Andreas Gursky – Ferrari I photograph (2007) sold for £361,250
Ferrari F1–2000 (2000) Photos by Craig Berry & Joe Barritt
Ferrari J50 1:1 clay model (2016) photos by Ben Rimmer & Joe Barritt
Ferrari wooden, metal and wire frame scale models, photo by Ben Rimmer
Ferrari factory
Ferrari: Bones promo video – Pentagram
Laferrari Aperta (2016) photos by Jonathan Peach, Ben Rimmer, Craig Berry
Laferrari Aperta (2016)
Ferrari archival ephemera – Pentagram Instagram
Ben Rimmer, Jonathan Peach & Joe Barritt aka Leeds Beckett Boys

Don’t call it a comeback, I’ve been here for years.