Gallery: Solar Powered Mobile Emergency Response Studio


After Hurricane Katrina, Paul Villinski, a well-known New York-based artist, wanted to transport his studio to Louisiana to see the aftermath first-hand and create artwork in response. At the time he didn’t have a way do it, but since then has picked up a 30′ trailer, gutted it, and rebuilt it to be green, non-toxic and off-grid. The Emergency Response Studio is now a totally self-sufficient traveling artist studio outfitted with solar panels, a wind turbine, non-toxic furnishings, and plenty of space to create.

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  1. thunderb1rd October 18, 2012 at 7:25 am

    I am still serious about taking this to Beauty out to shows, festivals and handing out Literature so people can look at and tour these and BUY them from you until I see enough to OWN on my self! I kid you not! think on it!
    Craig Whitworth
    121 Walker ROad
    Morganton, NC 28655

    ALSO, my father is a retired Navy man, with TIME on his hands, He has a great wife that loves to travel new places and see new things and places so anytime I had to work, we’d hitch it to truck, My Jeep and show it off to the world. PLEASE consider it.

  2. QWest September 13, 2011 at 8:36 pm

    This application so ROCKS!! If there is any way I could possibly get some of the info to do something like this, please! This idea has been sooo long coming and so VERY necessary in these times. My hat’s double off to you sir. You are an inspiration to all of us knucklehead exploiters out here. Keep up the good work.

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