You may remember this decorated Scamp camping trailer from the Seward Neighborhood Tour blog post. At the time of writing the post, I didn't know anything about this mobile piece of art. Thanks to the powers of the internet, I have more information to share! Allen Christian, 25 year resident of Seward, left a comment on the post:
I'm the owner of the "Loaf of Wonder Why". After going to the arts event called Burning Man in the Black Rock Desert seven times since 2001, my partner and I tired of sleeping in the back of my art truck and found a Scamp for sale last year. Before BM [Burning Man], we decorated it like a loaf of Wonder Bread, but delete the bread portion when describing it. It also has two five foot crusts of bread that attach to the top, turning it into a toaster. (see below for photos with the bread)
Allen Christian is also the sculptor that runs the studio/gallery called the House of Balls in the downtown warehouse district at 212 3rd Avenue North. This will hopefully be a stop on my North Loop tour with Jan Elftmann, Director of Art Cars of Minnesota. Note that the Art Car + Art Bike Parade is on July 23 at 6:00 PM around Lake Harriet.