Borbet shows us a nice variation on the standard 5-star wheel with the MA, with a gloss black in the windows on on the spokes to make the machined finish really pop.The CX shows us where a lot of wheel companies are going in an effort to get away from standard spoke designs. These twisted, overlapping, dual-color spokes really tend to catch and hold the eyes.The Dagger is one of those designs that just says “brute force” all over, but it adds lots of detailing around the outer edge for a busier and more interesting overall look.I always really like what Enkei does with their designs, and this look, reminiscent of flashing blades, is one of my favorites.Black and silver sets off the gracefully arched and twisted spoke design of the WL34.<p>ADV.1 pioneered the exciting new “<a href="https://www.thoughtco.com/deep-concave-wheels-design-trend-3234489" data-inlink="LF7_i5oxW_jcHAaB-eA18A&#61;&#61;" data-type="internalLink" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-ordinal="1">Deep Concave</a>” design style that is now working it&#39;s way through the industry. The ADV7 is a great example of this style, with the subtle inward curve of the spokes towards the center plate and the very interesting way that the spokes meet the dish.</p>Another wheel that uses different colors to punch up a multi-spoke design, the Cortina is definitely easy on the eyes.I&#39;ve never seen anything even remotely like this wheel. Minimalist red plastic inserts and a jagged, asymmetrical spoke design make the GW8 one of Enkei&#39;s unique works of wheel art.The Silverstone rocks one of my all-time favorite wheel looks. The dead black inner looks great in the daylight, but tends to disappear at night, leaving the bright-silver, diamond cut outer ring looking like it floats in midair as the car is moving.Until Borbet manages to bring back their brushed finish, KMC&#39;s Ink&#39;d wheels will have to stand in as a canvas for wheel artists. Just breathtaking.