Desert to Dream

Desert to Dream

Barbara Traub has photographed Burning Man throughout the years and chronicled the growth of the event, its art, and the movement. Her life's work is collected in a recent and beautifully designed coffee table book, Desert to Dream - a true collectible for Burners everywhere. Plus you can get selected photos as archival digital prints at bargain prices from her gallery site.

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  • whimsical and funky!

  • If you like 60s & 70s visual culture, you need to have this book!

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  • I wonder which animal they categorize me in... It goes from "Baby Rabbit" to "Grizzly Bear." This company also has a scale with celebrity names which goes from "Baby Jesus" to "King Kong."

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