Wednesday, December 30, 2009


"mutating the refuse of modern culture into the Marvelous"

Notorious Tankhenge built by the mutoid waste company guys, from German Panzers. You see it framing the Reichstag in 1992, after the collapse of the Wall in Berlin.

In 1986 the police put a violent stop to a free festival at Stonehenge. Stonehenge became heritage listed and was fenced off as we know it today. Mutoid Waste Co. responded accordingly.

"If you want the Stones, you can keep them... We'll build our own!" and in 1987 at Glastonbury Festival a set of three 'Carhenges' were built, the ethos 'Mutate and Survive' was born.

"The 'Henge' theme has run through our work ever since that day in 1986.  Mutoid Waste made a rapid departure from the UK (runnin' from the authorities). They left Engeland to live in Berlin (Tacheless), but took their art with them. As they worked their way across Europe thousands of people encountered the characters of Mutoid Waste's world.

More on mutoid here!