Burning Man 2018 has officially wrapped up. While many will stay on the Playa for the month of September as they come back to Earth after a week-long celebration of love, art, and music, most of the attendees have started their journey home.
Burning Man is not an easy event for everyday individuals to attend. It requires a ton of planning, money, and experience to make happen. For that reason, your average raver might have a touch of FOMO when it comes to Burning Man. Tickets sell out in an instant and the resale prices are astronomical. Do not worry if you could not make it to Burning Man this year.
Below you can find some of the most impressive structures and art displays built at Burning Man 2018. Some of these will boggle your mind as you try to wrap your head around how it was even possible to make something so impressive. Needless to say, most of these art displays have gone up in flames now the event is over.
Burning Man 2018 Art Installations
Only fitting that swirling dust made Baba Yaga’s house look like it was wrapped in mysterious mist when i saw it on the playa. The house, teetering on chicken legs, was a huge hit at this year’s Burning Man—with lines waiting to climb the stairs to meet the legendary Baba Yaga, a grandmotherly witch from Russian folktales. Art by: Jessi Sprocket Janusee and Baba Yaga's Book Club of Reno, NV. #blackrockdesert #explore #playa #brc #brc2018 #thankyoularry #travelgram #burningman #burningman2018 #burner #art #sculpture #babayaga #peoplewatch @sprocketdynamics #reno #visitreno #thegenerator #globetrotter @thedottedline