Cleveland, Ohio-born artist Daniel Arsham is a student of Japanese craftsmanship, and has endeavored to deliberately embody that spirit in this freshly-finished 1955 Porsche 356 Speedster build, called Bonsai. If you’re not familiar with the concept of Wabi-sabi, it is centered on the ideals of transience and imperfection. It is the appreciation of things which are imperfect, incomplete, or impermanent. I practice a similar appreciation of the concept with my own rough and tumble 912E, and as a result I appreciate this 356 all the more. Arsham has done a tremendous job of ensuring this car looks elegantly disheveled, while ensuring it is mechanically perfect underneath. What more could you want?