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i3 Arts Fest Made Pershing Square Look More Like Burning Man This Weekend


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Art cars and dance music are what one would find at Burning Man, the annual gathering in the Nevada desert. Over the June 2-3 weekend, the giant mutant vehicles found a new place to be admired, trading in the dusty playa for the concrete, grass and skyscrapers of Pershing Square. A brilliant display of art, combined with the sounds of legendary Los Angeles underground DJs, enticed a diverse and colorful crowd of all ages.

All photos by Miles Najera.