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Launa Eddy’s truck couldn’t get up a hill in November 2021. Deadman Pass, to be specific — a long, steep road with tight turns in Oregon. She had an old, cheap car that she got just to transport the 25-foot metal sculpture she was making for Burning Man. With the help of some local mechanics, she got to the next town, but then couldn’t find another car.

“I knew that no matter what happens, even if it didn't make it — there was a good chance it wasn't going to make it — that there would be an adventure attached to it,” said Eddy, a multi-disciplinary artist who makes sculptures, illustrations and masks.

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