The Laundrycar, originally a 1998 Dodge Ramcharger, has undergone drastic changes in appearance compared to the look it was given the day it got off the assembly line at the Chrysler plant in Detroit. Nothing of the original Ramcharger was removed, every change made was just piled on top of the original car. Most of the vehicles accessories were collected from the trash at Laundromats. The Lundrycar was first introduced completed at a Saint Jacks parade in Houston Texas in 2002. Since then it has appeared in the Houston Art car Parade twice, a few World Art Car Days, exhibited at Traders Village, a Beaumont car show, on the ice at a Houston Areo’s halftime show, Lawndale fourth of July parade, Black Rock City’s Burning Man Festival, Minneapolis’ Intermedia Arts Art Car Parade, Houston’s Martin Luther King Parade, and many other little events.
Laundry car tagged
Vandalizum to the car
Laundry car camoflauge
Laundry car was hidden at the Orange Show field because we did not have a parking spot for her (this was the best alternative)
Misfit Mascots of Laundry Products
The Misfit Mascots of Laundry Products identities existed long before the brand name detergents we know today. There main goal is to “GAIN” back there identities that were stolen by the laundry detergent companies. As time progresses the Mascots travel the streets invading each and every Laundromat until thy find personal justice, and the laundry world knows of there message.
Giant metal chicken created as defence mechinisum for pet chickens
making the chicken
Cops took the chicken away
chickens in the coop
no external VIN and your car goes to impound lot with other stolen cars
Yew Hawl (toyota taco)