Old Corollas are evergreens, but what about “green” Corollas, with what appear to be living or at least formerly-living elements on its exterior?
I can’t quite make out what this is, but it looks like it’s trying to look alive.
This bag was crocheted with hemp fiber?
Not quite sure what to make of this thing growing on the outside mirror.
There’s something wrapped around the passenger side mirror.
The moss or lichen on the Toyota badge is something that one doesn’t have to encourage here in our wet winters. It happens naturally.
As do rainbows.
It looks just like all the bird poop that I just spent an hour scraping off of my car’s hood.
Of course there’s macrame.
I’ve seen a lot of Corollas in my life. Never once have I thought “You know, what this car needs is a little crocheted pocket above the tail light.” 🙂
I’d like to see a crocheted Corolla Cozy.
Apparently Toyota had been sourcing their 90s clear coat paint from GM.
Looks like a Chrysler Pentastar logo to me. The bio-artist must be a Mopar fan.
Keeping Oregon weird .
I remember ‘grass cars’ in the 1960’s that some how had real grass growing all over them .
The world needs more automotive Bio-Art!!! It would be nice to see more art car postings even if they are Wordless Outtakes. They are a nice reminder to not take ourselves too seriously and the need to tune into different frequency’s of automotive perception. Unfortunately this type of Bio-Art doesn’t tolerate speeds over 20 mph well. Not only does nature but artists abhor a Bio-Art vacuum. This has resulted in FauxBio-Art like this Previa with nice big round windows and covered in a more realistic artificial turf. That’s the only thing that will tolerate our extreme seasonal temperature changes here in Minneapolis.
Think of the missed cross-promotional opportunity…”The new Toyota Previa, brought to you by Benson and HEDGES”