This Porsche 911 looks like a plaster sculpture with dents in it
Renowned artist and designer Daniel Arsham has completed his latest work: a Porsche 911 (992) stylized to look like something made out of plaster and crumbling in places.
Arsham founded his own design studio, Snarkitecture, in 2008, and has since specialized in creating everyday things that looked broken or otherwise dysfunctional while being perfectly usable.
The milky-white wrap combined with the artist’s signature Crystal Erosion technique make the car appear dented in several areas, regardless of the light direction or viewing angle. Needless to say, nothing of this is permanent damage.
The art car will be featured at the Future Fantasy Christmas expo in London on January 5, 2020. According to Daniel, it will be parked next to an imaginary private residence existing in the year 3019.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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