This art project by a University of Victoria student Xiao Xue might be the creepiest thing you see today.
With only $4,200 in supplies, and inspired by a fascination with insects and a friend’s prosthetic leg, Xue transformed a classic Slumber Queen truck camper into a six-limbed, electric-powered home on the go. Read the full story here.
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