Porsche 911 GT2 sports car bonnets get treated with special art work


Can you prove your love to your favorite brand in an innovative way? If you want ideas, head over to Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, museum. Paying homage to 24 extraordinary artworks, the public exhibition is a treat for Porsche lovers. The exhibition has put up painting from South America on a special canvas, created out of bonnets of the Porsche 911 GT2 sports car. Ideated by Argentinean Jorge Gómez, he decided to combine his love for the car and the art by inviting artists to bring the initiative together.

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The art comes from 19 Uruguay and Argentina-based artists, including names like Pablo Atchugarry, Rogelio Polesello, and Jorge Ferreyra Basso. And it’s not just the bonnets; the car-inspired art uses an array of other materials like acrylic, enamel, mosaic tiles even tire rubber!. But the museum is now open for public, click here for more details.
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