Art Wrapped Mini Coopers Blur Line Between Marketing And Exhibit

Art Wrapped Mini Coopers Blur Line Between Marketing And Exhibit
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An artist partnered with local businesses to cover costs in return for giving them a unique advertising platform.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 5 december 2011

South Florida artist Alejandra Leibovich AKA Aleloop wanted to get her illustration work seen during the ultra competitive Art Basel event last week in Miami. Rather than stage a gallery show which would compete with dozens of other high profile events around the city, the former senior art director for VH1 Latin America devised a way to get her art spread across South Beach. Her idea was to create custom vinyl wraps for 10 Mini Coopers which would each feature a different theme. This way she could drive the cars around the city and park them in front of other events for exposure.

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