For holiday 2020, Lexus commissioned artistic murals at six dealerships across the U.S. for “The Art of the Driveway.” These large-scale murals created by emerging artists reflect the unique attributes of the communities where they’re located. Each one measures roughly 25’ x 10’.

Everyone is invited to help Lexus raise money for Toys for Tots this holiday. For each positive social media post using #GiveAmazing from December 1, 2020 to January 4, 2021, Lexus will donate $200 per eligible social media post to Toys for Tots, up to a maximum total donation of $100,000. Share your own driveway art and your favorite moments from the year using #GiveAmazing.

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Please click through the videos and slideshow below to view the “Art of the Driveway” murals.

Lexus of Orland Park

Artist: Pugs Atomz

About the Piece: Inspired by the Black Arts Movement of the 60’s, Pugs’ mural includes a bolt representing creativity and peaks symbolizing two arms reaching out to take on the world.

McGrath Lexus of Westmont

Artist: Langston Allston

About the Piece: Langston’s mural shows two people coming together drawn in his distinct, comic-book inspired style.

Thompson Lexus Willow Grove

Artist: Miriam Singer

About the Piece: Miriam’s mural is filled with life and color to represent the streets and communities all around the city of Philadelphia.

Lexus of Bakersfield (LA)

Artist: Nina Palomba

About the Piece: Inspired by the animation history of L.A., Nina’s cartoon-style pop art mural showcases imagery of togetherness and love with a sense of adventure.

Lexus of Pembroke Pines (Miami)

Artist: Cinthia Santos

About the Piece: Bright, fun and uplifting, Cinthia’s mural features a playful snowman made of sand in a snow globe, alluding to it never being winter in Miami.

Park Place Lexus (Dallas)

Artist: Catie Lewis

About the Piece: Catie’s mural incorporates Blue Bonnets and holiday elements in the shape of Texas, illustrating that while the state may not get typical winter weather, Texans definitely know how to celebrate.

Originally published December 17, 2020

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