Art & Design

Simulated Outdoors; A Trailer Divided

October 31, 2012 by JJ in Art & Design with 0 Comments


These caravans have been carefully designed with fake grass, plastic trees, phony campfires, stuffed critters, and digital nature sounds. Too out of touch for you? An intentional simulation where the setting is artificial and the experience is created by very real, human interactions.

Give a hand to artist Kevin van Braak, the creator behind these concepts in urban outdoor camp settings.  His units have been recreated to fold completely open wherever you park them and then fold back closed for travel… downtown or beyond the city limits.

Pictured: (top) the 1976 Caravan 01, (bottom) the Biod Bambi Caravan 02.

Coming soon, the Caravan 03 2012 version. Check back soon! See more of Kevin van Braak’s art and caravans here.

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