Art, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder; everyone has their own interpretation of what makes something stand out and leave a lasting impact. However, when it comes to speed that’s when things get a lot more definitive and we can all say with confidence that the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport has this quality in spades. But, what do you get when you merge these two worlds together? You get what Bugatti calls, “the fastest artwork ever,” of course, which was designed with the help of French conceptual artist Bernar Venet. Commissioned for showing at Art Basel Miami Beach, Venet was asked to pay tribute the science and the math behind the Veyron, incorporating a film with the mathematical formula that is used to calculate the power of an engine across it voluptuous front end. Venet is known for self-referential work so combining the equations used by Bugatti engineers into the bodywork and interior of the car is an obvious move for him, but its resulting appeal is still remarkable. If you want to see more, click after the jump or stop by the event itself, which is being held in South Beach through December 9.