Getting around at Maker Faire

Posted on Wednesday, September 21st, 2011 in Maker Faire by Ian

There was slightly less ground to cover at the New York Maker Faire,
compared to the one in the Bay Area. Nevertheless, your feet can get
tired after a whole day of walking around. We saw plenty of creative
alternatives to hoofing it, including a car covered entirely with Big
Mouth Billy Bass signing fish (aka, the Sashimi Tabernacle Choir), and
the TIV from Storm Chasers.

More pictures below.

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