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Brilliant images of over 200 wild mutant vehicles roaming the playa at Burning Man Caravansary.

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Bottlecap Gazebo from afar.

The Raygun Gothic Rocketship is a rococo retro-futurist future-rustic vernacular between yesterday’s tomorrow and the future that never was, a critical kitsch somewhere between The Moons of Mongo & Manga Nouveau.

The Raygun Gothic Rocketship is a rococo retro-futurist future-rustic vernacular between yesterdays tomorrow and the future that never was, a critical kitsch somewhere between The Moons of Mongo Manga Nouveau.

10+ Epic Photos From Burning Man 2017 That Prove It's The Craziest Festival In The World

10+ Epic Photos From Burning Man 2017 That Prove It’s The Craziest Festival In The World

Incredible Photos From Burning Man 2017 Prove Once Again It’s The Craziest Festival On The Planet

This was amazing. If people could get it to spin fast enough it looked like an animated short of the skeletons paddling.

If people could get it to spin fast enough it looked like an animated short of the skeletons paddling.

10  Epic Photos From Burning Man 2017 That Prove It's The Craziest Festival In The World

10+ Epic Photos From Burning Man 2017 That Prove It’s The Craziest Festival In The World

Les plus belles Photos du Festival Burning Man 2017

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Take a hike✨

Train at the Burning Man festival.

cloggo: “ “Hortense” at Burning Man Kinetic Steam Works’ Case traction engine Hortense glows on the playa. The art vehicle was named in honor of the artist and mother of Cal Tinkham, the steam.

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A in-depth photographic essay of the Burning Man 2013 Festival, Cargo Cult, by Jonathan Clark

One of the scarier mutant vehicles on the playa, Dragons of Eden was inspired by the mythological Greek monster Hydra. It was created by Santa Cruz-based mechanical engineer and fire artist Lucy Hosking. (Photo by Scott London)

One of the scarier mutant vehicles on the playa, Dragons of Eden was inspired by the mythological Greek monster Hydra. It was created by Santa Cruz-based mechanical engineer and fire artist Lucy Hosking. (Photo by Scott London) -- lights

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