This 1975 Donk Has Rick Ross and Pitbull’s Faces Wrapped on Its Hood

1975 Donk Has Rick Ross and Pitbull’s Faces Wrapped on Its Hood 1 photo
Photo: Gil Green on Instagram
With the Art Basel Miami exhibition recently closing its doors, we found it was time for a bit of a recap. And since we’re not really painters, nor filmmakers, we thought we’d look closer to some of the cool wraps people covered their cars in. We stumbled upon this particular 1975 Chevrolet Caprice which is wearing faces of rappers such as Rick Ross, Pitbull, Trina or DJ Khaled.
You can call it a Mosaic Wrap With the Faces of the most popular Miami rappers or simply one of the coolest bad boy wrap we’ve seen lately. At first, it doesn’t seem much, considering we’re talking about the work of an artist, but let us expand.

Popularly called Donk, the Caprice in question is the result of a collaboration between filmmaker Gil Green and Metro Wrapz who together created a sort of tribute for some of the biggest Miami-based artists. The car was showcased during the Art Basel event held in Miami, at the Vibes booth, which also has reached the third edition this year.

Mugshots Green has taken along his collaboration with artists like DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Pitbull, Trick Daddy and Trina were encrusted in the “mosaic” and built into one heck of a wrap. Each big picture is made out of little frames from the music videos the filmmaker has done with them. So if you look at it really close you’ll see about 10,000 pictures frames that make up this collage.

We’re not saying that art is a just about that, but we have to admit that we kind of like the direction some custom auto shops are going and the ideas they are coming up with.

PS: We also found a nice little behind the scene video of the Vibes Art Basel event we listed below, in case you want to get more info about the exhibition.

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