This graphic on Burning Man is totally lost on me, but maybe you guys will appreciate it more. I first heard about the event on Malcom in Middle several years ago and that’s about it. Well, that and my friend posted a picture on Facebook yesterday of him wearing fairy wings, which just confuses me more.
I feel like I’m missing out on something though. I mean, who doesn’t want to see a giant, burning wood man on the beach?
The designer Flint Hahn notes:
The history of Burning Man has always been a complex entity that has survived, nay, mutated over the years. And because of this, it has grown rapidly since its humble beginnings of a simple gathering on a beach.
The infographic poster shows only a small portion of what Burning Man is. By no means do mere numbers even begin to show a complete picture, as that is a history of stories, experiences, and individual tales.
[Thanks, Turtle & Jesse]
It’s not on the beach anymore, it’s in the desert in Nevada. And yes, you are missing out on something, it’s an experience to be had. ;)
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If Coachella continues to suck, we need to switch to Burning Man.
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I first heard of burning man while reading “The Google Story” by David Vise some 4-5 years ago. The book mentions ‘Burning man’ as a favorite hangout of Brin and Page and if I recall correctly, they applied this as a criteria they applied while choosing their CEO.