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    • Sailmaker Outdoor-Indoor

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    • Manuel Alfonso

      Uchronia, 2006. Photo by Splatworld. Nick-named the Belgian Waffle, much to the irritation of the Belgian team that constructed it, Uchronia was nearly 200 feet long, 100 feet wide, and 50 feet tall, dominating the Black Rock City skyline. #BurningMan

    • Metamorfaux

      These incredible installations are built every year when thousands of people head to the Burning Man Festival. The large-scale pieces are based on a theme chosen by the festival organizers and are then sent up in flames at the end of it all. Housed every summer in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, the festival participants band together […]

    • Emily Mai

      inside the waffle Uchronia (the Belgian Waffle) Burning Man 2006 Black Rock City, Nevada 16-35mm f2.8L

    • Tracey Wallace

      Uchronian by Jan Kriekels, Arne Quinze, Maurice Engelen, and Uchronia Crew, 2006 The massive Uchronia (quickly dubbed “The Belgian Waffle”) installation produced daily videos of their project, which they uploaded to their website as their development unfolded in Black Rock City. it represents their take on a Utopian life. Photo by: Splatworld

    • Clare Pinski

      50 of the coolest Burning Man art installations ever | Matador Network--The Belgian waffle

    • Udin Verheij

      Uchronia, Burning Man Festival 2006, Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA, by Arne Quinze

    • Heidi Hoffer

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    • Isis Pendragon

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