San Francisco-based artist Mark Krawczuk is the creator of the Lost Horizon Night Market, an ongoing event that features box trucks that contain unique interactive exhibitions. Krawczuk is looking to expand the project outward to organize events around the US. He and his partner Kasey Smith, collectively known as Everyhere Logistics, have rebooted their Kickstarter campaign with a couple of new videos, including one that prominently features former Laughing Squid blogger E.D.W. Lynch.
Everyhere Logistics, an evolution of the Lost Horizon Night Market. Arriving August 2015 – six art teams from the East Coast and six from the West Coast will travel across the country, collaborating with local art communities, using box trucks to create ephemeral pop-up exhibition venues. …We’re back and on the scene — ready to make this art stuff happen! If you have been following the project you’ve likely noticed that we have rebooted our Kickstarter project. After the launch of our original Kickstarter we reorganized and streamlined the project with an eye towards lowering costs and complexity (for instance, we will be operating with 10 truck teams instead of the original 12.) Our rebooted project reflects our new, improved, slimmer budget.
photo by Scott Beale