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Shannon O’Hare’s Recycled Material Mobile Victorian House Sets Sail for Desert Lands
Posted By Hunter Oatman-Stanford On November 14, 2012 @ 5:00 pm In Architecture,Art,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | No Comments
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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