Creativity on wheels: Art Car roadshow at Feedback Lounge

(WSB photos by Torin Record-Sand)
Thanks to Mark for an early pic of the Art Car roadshow, fresh off the Fremont Fair, now set up in the Feedback Lounge/Zeeks Pizza parking-lot area at California/Fauntleroy – we’re on our way for more photos. Free, fun, family-friendly (and, as Feedback proprietor Jeff Gilbert pointed out in his online preview – they all actually run!).

(Find out more about that one, created by Emily Duffy, at
ADDED 9:23 PM: New photos, including at the very top. Here’s one with a message everyone can appreciate:

That’s from the Rev. Bill’s Bible Camp car, created by Charles Linville of Portland. More ahead:

That one has a website too, – and yes, the car IS decorated with yarn. The Gypsy Caravan had many sights, including a mermaid warning against “stealing wishes”:

Volkswagens were well-represented:

Here’s the “Toy-Not-A”:

And the Opti-Car-Illusion:

A little scary on/in “Werner’s Jungle” – the phrase “the buck stops here” comes to mind:

Info about the Seattle Art Cars, including some of the ones at the Feedback tonight, can be found here. (That also explains the “SACBO” stickers/cards we noticed on many dashboards – Seattle Art Car Blow Out as part of the Fremont Fair.)

1 Reply to "Creativity on wheels: Art Car roadshow at Feedback Lounge"

  • Kate K June 20, 2011 (12:09 am)

    I love art cars – so fun!

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