The concept of a food truck is one that we know very well: they drive to a location and set up shop, we find them and give them all of our money for delicious unhealthiness. We never considered taking that idea and applying it to art. A collective of artists in Hawaii known as Big Banyan have created the "Art Truck," a mobile art gallery that showcases and sells art from local and international artists. The artists involved sell their works for prices under $250 and keep 60% of the profits, giving the rest to the collective to pay for the truck and other expenses. Truck whereabouts are announced via social media, as the truck doesn't have a normal spot and goes where the people are. The plan is ingenious and we think that it could take off in other cities around the world. 

Check out the Big Banyan website for more information.

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[via HuffingtonPost