We are fairly certain you are familiar with Metro Wrapz, as their most recent work was a Tron-inspired Bugatti Veyron for a certain recording artist named Flo Rida. At the 2014 Miami these guys took part in the “CarsMeetArt” display, in which they showcased their prowess in car graphic design and proved cars can be art.
Metro Wrapz “CarsMeetArt” lineup includes six ordinary cars to which they have applied artistic wraps. Each one follows a different theme and showcases a design the tuner thought most relevant given the character of the car.
That is why the Honda Fit’s wrap is a modern urban art graphic with almost three-dimensional details and live colors, while the Jeep Wrangler gets what is basically the fossil of a dinosaur.
Meanwhile the Fiat 500, being all trendy and urbane, receives black and white tattoos accented with colorful flowers emphasizing its feminine character, and the VW Beetle, being a classic, gets a clean plain old white wrap.
The MINI gets the wildest design in this group with a white base and black letters scattered allover it. We couldn’t figure out what that Mazda6 is supposed to represent, but it looks cool, and we guess that’s all that matters.