Beautiful, cleverly fastened wooden sculptures from the architect for this year's Burning Man templeon March 18, 2013in Blodic.us
M. See more: http://blodic.us/technology/beautiful-cleverly-fastened-wooden-sculptures-from-the-architect-for-this-year-s-burning-man-temple-59-0.htm Otis Beard writes, "Gregg Fleishman, the architect whose team was awarded the honorarium grant to build the Temple for Burning Man 2013 today, makes
Rocket ship was originally designed for Burning Man
A week in Black Rock City ain't cheap -- any loyal Burner will attest to that. In addition to the $380 entrance fee, the cost of transporting and sustaining one's self, a themed camp, and any number of art cars and installations for a week in the harsh desert during the peak of summer can reach tho
SAN FRANCISCO — An eight-armed Burning Man fixture breathed its last fiery breath Sunday at the kickoff of the 5th annual Sunday Streets in San Francisco.
After more than 75 years in the shadow of its glamorous cousin, San Francisco's "other" bridge is getting a chance to shine. The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge has been turned into the latest — and by far the biggest — backdrop for New York artist Leo Villareal, who has individually programmed 25
With 60,000 tickets that often sell out in under two hours, the allure of Burning Man is indisputable. But as anyone who follows the festival knows, the playa is not without its controversies.
? Black Rock City LLC, which organizes Burning Man, filed a lawsuit against Pershing County in August over a special events ordinance. ? The Burning Man organizers argue the ordinance would cost them too much money and place unconstitutional restrictions on the event.
The song "Stand by Me" will never again sound the same. Not now I've danced to it in a dust storm, with only snow goggles and cycling mask to protect my eyes and lungs. Not when the chorus concluded a pop-up wedding I chanced upon in the Nevada desert.
Today, DigitalGlobe announced the winner of the Top Satellite Image of 2012 contest. After a close race with the media-favored image of Mt. Fuji, Japan, the Burning Man Festival image had a late surge in the second round and clinched the win.
Living in a temporary camp under the scorching sun, heavy winds and the omnipresent desert sand doesn't sound too desirable at first. But if you consider the time there as an urban experiment.one that integrates you into an artistic community building a temporary city.the balking fades.