Other than Bugatti Veyron, the one supercar which we keep bumping into every now and then, for its various special editions, is the Porsche 911. Courtesy its fame for success as being one of the best from the German automaker’s stable, it has received special makeover from various creative designers around the people, and have indeed been in demand amongst auto lovers. We have earlier shown you the GT3 RS4.0 edition, GTS B59 edition, and also the GT3 R hybrid edition, which have been redone in unique ways, and now it’s the turn of Art car edition by Miguel Parades, which sports Japanese Geisha Art on the body.
Miguel Parades who has been quite the veteran in this line of work, has managed to pull off another of his artistic masterpieces, on the bodywork of this limited edition Porsche 911. Featuring vibrant colors, patterns and figures related to Japanese art, this special artwork has been inspired by urban realism, the underlying theme of much of the work done by Miguel Parades. Born and raised in downtown New York, the artist is known for specializing in New York graffiti, which has been displayed at great lengths in this case. No wonder the Art Basel show this year, gave this work of art a special mention, despite having more than 2,000 entries from around the world in terms of different varieties of art!
However, the fans of the car brand have a reason to rejoice. There are 356 of editions of this car have been made, most of whom are customized like this one. Investigation showed that this is indeed unit no.176, on which the artwork has been replicated. There might not be a particular owner of this specific unit, but the rich car addicts out there are sure going to wait for it to go on the auction block.