The Porsche Art Park was a celebration of #InspiredByPorsche artwork. Held during Art Basel Miami near the famed Wynwood Arts District, the Art Park displayed custom murals created by five notable artists from around the globe, alongside a chrome-wrapped Taycan.

Watch the video to take a closer look at the Art Park experience, and read on for more about each artist and the inspiration behind their work. And see more from Art Park by searching #InspiredByPorsche on Twitter.

Take a look at the Porsche Art Park pieces below and be sure to check out each artist’s Instagram to see more.

Alan Ganev is a mixed media artist, gallery director, curator and cultural producer from Toronto.  Passionate about bringing public and contemporary art into neighborhoods.

alan ganev twitter

Known as “the Chrome Master,” muralist, graffiti artist and community activist Bikismo ‘s work is characterized by the logo of a toaster accompanied by the phrase “Seguimos Tostando” (let’s keep toasting). 

bikismo twitter

Known for his vivid colors and unique painting style, Golden has been creating vivacious, animated characters and painting large-scale street art murals around the world for the last several years. 

golden twitter

Miami’s own 2alas is known for juxtaposed linear black and white portraiture alongside geometric abstractions created at mural scale. His approach also includes manipulating live mosses to create vital, natural imagery, quite literally making its home in broad patterns across city walls. 

2alas twitter

Based in New Zealand, Gina Kiel creates strong feminine images that exude sensuality and explore the human experience through ideas of life, death, spirituality, and pop culture using flowing lines and forms and bold, minimal compositions with a psychedelic palette.  

gina kiel twitter