It’s Saturday morning, you have the day off, homework can wait till Sunday night, and you have no plans. You’ve been looking for a reason to ask out that babe in Spanish but you don’t have a plan of action. Maybe they like rare Porsches, or art, or motorcycles, or music, or food, or beer, and I think you get the picture. If they like one or all of them you’re in luck.
Houston’s newest annual event held at the trendy art studios off Spring Street has certainly made a name for itself. Two weekends ago (November 18) was the second year that the TejasTreffpunkt event was held, and it did not disappoint. The parking lot around the building is a rainbow sea of beautiful and rare Porsches, mostly 911s from the 70s. Food trucks and vendors are at your disposal, music playing, artists painting, a wrestling match (seriously) and more. Oh, and there’s an inside to the event too. The corridors of the Spring Street Studio were lined with some of the most pristine exotic Porsches you might ever see in person. There was a second floor to the event that held more Porsches as well as motorcycles. On the walls next to the vehicles hung artwork from several Houston artists, ranging from photography to paintings.
Some of the most interesting and unique artwork was by local artist Robynn Sanders Hale (you’ve surely seen some of her murals around town). Her artwork not only hung on the walls in the event, but there were several cars that were completely painted by her as well.
A year is a long time to wait for this event to come back around, but don’t worry, there are photos and videos of the event to give you an idea of what to expect next year.
@tejastreffpunkt – Event itself
@robynn_sanders – Local artist