Shannon O’Hare’s Recycled Material Mobile Victorian House Sets Sail for Desert Lands

Burning Man, moving sculptures, recycled art, recycled art cars, Neverwas Haul, steampunk, locomotive, steamship,  Shannon O'Hare, recycled sculptures, recycled materials

We all know Burning Man is full of oddities, and the annual event draws thousands into the middle of an inhospitable desert to enjoy a week of delusional mayhem. It’s not uncommon to see giant moving sculptures and “art-cars” exhibiting all kinds of mechanical wizardry, yet none are quite so magical as this nomadic 19th-century structure called the Neverwas Haul. The vessel is equal parts locomotive, steamship, and Victorian house, roaming the desert freely. See a video of designer  Shannon O’Hare explaining her work of art here.

Via Collectors Weekly

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