It's definitely a collector's item, so maybe don't burn it?
A new coffee-table text celebrates Burning Man in all of its fiery glory: Taschen has teamed up with Canadian writer and photographer, NK Guy, to assemble the Art of Burning Man, a book gathering 16 years of the anything-goes desert festival in 280 pages of stunning photography.
"Baked by the sun, and blinded by dust, the gathering acquires different meanings for different people: Temporary community, spiritual adventure, performance stage, desert rave, social experiment," reads an excerpt from the book. "It’s also the incubator of some of the most remarkable site-specific outdoor art ever made: a mechanized fire-breathing octopus, a towering wooden temple 15 meters tall, and the eponymous Man himself—a skeletal sculpture set ablaze at the event’s conclusion."
Check out some stunning images from Art of Burning Man below: