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Monday, September 10, 2012

Burning Man Art 2012: Kick-Ass, Inspiring, and Perplexing

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This was mostly included because it's beautiful framed, and perhaps because we're nostalgic for the days of college dorm decorating.

Half Medusa, half Venus de Milo, this sculpture is as haunting as it is fleeting. And like Medusa's stone-turning gaze, we find it difficult to look away.


Who wouldn't want to party on a ginormous toilet? We're number one, and two!


Where do artists dream these up? This looks both ancient and modern. Something found on Star Trek or at the bottom of the ocean. It also presents the illusion of hovering? We love it all.


We can't tell what's dangling from this constructed tree, but we hope it involves the fates of the people in that Oregon Trail-like covered wagon to the left.

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