yizzah wrote: Maybe people just don't have the money to do large pieces anymore?
Does anyone else feel like the Art pieces on the playa are getting worse the last few years?
brody wrote:I brought art for the first time this year. It amazed me that something that looked so substantial in my small backyard, was just a tiny little speck of hard-to-find once it got out onto the playa.
Homiesinheaven wrote:Ein Hammer and the theater were great but my year to year favorite still is the LED balloons that stretch up toward the stars.
yojessimac wrote:The ring of fire by 3:30: such a cool idea!
brody wrote:My favourite piece of art this year was the thing around the 7 o'clock spoke of inner playa, the tall rectangular open-mesh box that had flaming logs inside it....it turned around like a Ferris wheel, and the logs would tumble around like in a giant Rain Stick and sparks would fly everywhere and the noise was insane. It was BAD ASS. Goes to show that you don't need super fancy technology (?) to make something really amazing.
yizzah wrote:Does anyone else feel like the Art pieces on the playa are getting worse the last few years? .....this year, almost nothing.
fbcota wrote:I will never fault people for doing
Bullshit. With 250+ registered art pieces, some of it won't resonate with everybody, but the following were pretty awesome:
Home (the intricate metal globe)
Futures Past (Kate R's laser cut tree)
The Megatropolis burn
All the balloons and kites
The geodesic firesphere at Nexus
That Praying Mantis art car from near Zion Utah, plus about 99 other art cars
And the following ESPECIALLY kicked ass:
Bliss Dance (the woman)
Spire of Fire
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