The Trash Fence
Another notable restriction to attendees is the 7-mile-(11 km) long temporary plastic fence that surrounds the event and defines the pentagon of land used by the event on the southern edge of the Black Rock dry lake. This 4-foot (1.2 meter) high barrier is known as the "trash fence" because its initial use was to catch wind-blown debris that might escape from campsites during the event. Since 2002, the area beyond this fence has not been accessible to Burning Man participants during the week of the event.
The Silk Road Art Project
The Silk Road invites the adventurer up a winding path through a bower of arches hung with the most protected, the most secret, the most highly valued textile in the world, Silk.
Embrace is a 72-foot wooden sculpture of two people embracing, slated for Burning Man 2014. It is the largest project to date for the Pier Group, which gained acclaim for its previous Burning Man installations The Pier,Pier 2, and the Ichthyosaur Puppet Project.
The Lost Tea Party
The Lost Tea Party Caravan is five trailers pulled by a 1943 GMC 4x4 This Desert Rat houses a water boiling contrivance that is sculptural as well as functional. This steaming contraption requires the constant attention of it's crew the Missing 2nd Unit.
The Lamplighters have been an important part of Burning Man almost as long as Burning Man has been held in the desert. More than a public utility, the Lamplighters are a symbol of community, of participation, and clear sign that the day has passed, and that evening magic will soon be upon us.
The Man at Sunset
Tree of Fire
Chasing The Dragon
The hardest arithmetic to master is that which enables us to count our blessings.
Bubbles & Bass
Truth is Beauty
The Man Burns