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  • If Buckminster Fuller had been a California surfer dude, his buildings would've looked a lot like the weird, whimsical, and distinctly indigenous pods of San Francisco artist Jay Nelson. Nelson has the market cornered on turning vehicles, whether a scooter or a cruddy old Honda coupe, into delightfully awkward mash-ups of geodesic domes and '50s-era Woodies. And yeah, some of the wheels even work. (Though anyone who doesn’t have a death wish will want to stay off the 101 on that scooter.)

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    If Buckminster Fuller had been a California surfer dude, his buildings would've looked a lot like the weird, whimsical, and distinctly indigenous pods of San Francisco artist Jay Nelson. Nelson has the market cornered on turning vehicles, whether a scooter or a cruddy old Honda coupe, into delightfully awkward mash-ups of geodesic domes and '50s-era Woodies. And yeah, some of the wheels even work. (Though anyone who doesn't have a death wish will want to stay off the 101 on that scooter.)

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