For Piston Head, a show of artist-designed cars, the New York collector-turned-dealer Adam Lindemann and his team from Venus Over Manhattan took over a floor of 1111 Lincoln Road, the snazzy Herzog and de Meuron designed parking garage. Sponsored by Ferrari, the show included a spotted mini by Damien Hirst, a compressed car by French sculptor César Baldaccini, and our favorite, a 1961 Cadillac by Kenny Scharf, with the most rad interior you’ve likely seen.

For Piston Head, a show of artist-designed cars, the New York collector-turned-dealer Adam Lindemann and his team from Venus Over Manhattan took over a floor of 1111 Lincoln Road, the snazzy Herzog and de Meuron designed parking garage. Sponsored by Ferrari, the show included a spotted mini by Damien Hirst, a compressed car by French sculptor César Baldaccini, and our favorite, a 1961 Cadillac by Kenny Scharf, with the most rad interior you’ve likely seen.

Another year, another Art Basel bacchanal. Over five days last week, a number of the world’s most high-octane collectors, dealers, artists, brands and pop stars converged on Miami Beach for some spirited trophy hunting. Pharrell hit Design Miami, Kanye talked architecture with starchitect Jacques Herzog and uber curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Leo DiCaprio powered through the main art fair, keeping his capped head down. ("No photos please.”) Of course, you can’t do everything, but after navigating a number of the fairs, exhibitions, museum openings and parties around town, we bring you fifteen of our favorite things from Miami’s 2013 edition.