Burning Man pinhole camera artists finally have a web presence!

TempleCheck out these pictures!

For a few years now I’ve been posting sporadically about the pinhole camera artists who produce some of the most amazing pictures to come out of Burning Man … and that’s saying a lot.

They needed the coverage, because despite being a (er, fairly) organized band with a recurring presence and even a little Burning Man staff support on the side, the pinhole camera artists never got their shit together enough to put up a web page.

They still haven’t.  But they’ve got a Facebook page.  And that Facebook page has some of their incredible work, and is a way you can connect with them if you want to help.

And seriously – check this stuff out.  You want to help.

Egg on egg

Ego

Flaming Octopus

 

Whazzat

 

About the author: Caveat Magister

Caveat Magister

A member of Burning Man Project's Philosophical Center, Caveat served as the Volunteer Coordinator for Media Mecca from 2008 - 2013, and the lead writer/researcher for Burning Man's education program from 2016 - 2018. Caveat is the author of the The Scene That Became Cities: what Burning Man philosophy can teach us about building better communities. He has also written several books which have nothing to do with Burning Man. He has finally got his email address caveat (at) burningman (dot) org working again. He tweets, occasionally, as @BenjaminWachs

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