That's because artist Harrod Blank has created a camera van, a beat up old 1972 Dodge van that has over 2,500 different types of cameras welded onto it -- some of which still work.
It may sound hideous, but the cameras are actually set up to take snap shots of people's surprised mugs the very second they catch a glimpse of the mystery machine.
Says Blank: People always smile when they see the camera van. I love seeing their reactions to my mobile art.
Blank adds that his van was a true labor of love hes poured many years of his life and over $30,000 into the project.
Although the van sounds like a road hazard, Blank insists hes only been in one accident.
Says Blank: One time I accidentally hit a deer, but it was fine. I think the deer was shocked by all the flashes.
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