Fire-Breathing Dragon DJ Booth


What a sight! This past Saturday, artists Teddy Lo and Ryan C. Doyle showed off their Gon KiRin (meaning light dragon) art car at New York’s Robot Heart-O-Ween. The car is about 53 ft long and 23 ft tall (16 meters by 7 meters) and was originally a 1963 Dodge dump truck. Gon KiRin was outfitted with more then 2,460 ft (750 meters) of LED fixtures ad also includes a DJ booth, hydraulic neck, seating for more then 20 people and a flamethrower! New York’s Robot Heart-O-Ween, held in Brooklyn, is a music and art party that features installations and performances. Not surprisingly, the light dragon was also shown at Burning Man in 2010.


Teddy Lo’s website
via [Mocoloco]



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