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    Geodesic dome The Complex. Drop City’s centerpiece was a structure made of three 40-foot fused rhombicosidodecahedra.  The Complex served as a community kitchen, workspace and visitor’s area.  The building was created from salvaged materials and covered with car tops, and cost the community approximately 200 dollar.

    • Jacia Hopton

      Built from old cars.

    • ECOALF

      Drop City was an artists' community that filmmaker Gene Bernofsky and artists JoAnn Bernofsky, Richard Kallweit and Clark Richert started in southern Colorado, near Trinidad, in 1965. The intention was to create a live-in work of Drop Art, continuing an art concept they had developed earlier at the Universities of Kansas & Colorado

    • dave h

      Drop City was one of the first rural communes of the 1960s, and the first to be grounded in art practice.

    • Laura Dewulf

      an artists' community that formed in southern Colorado. the first rural "hippie commune"

    • Saskia Ericson

      Building made from salvaged materials. Drop City, Colorado, 1960s.

    • Honorine -

      Drop City, 1965 An abandoned hippie commune made of old cars.

    • John Fairman

      An abandoned hippie commune made of old cars. "Drop City?"

    • Krista Lahaye

      Geometrical buildings, what a cool place to live!

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