The speed limit at Burning Man is five miles per hour—perfect for Scott London, who has been photographing the annual event for the last decade. Located in northern Nevada’s Black Rock City, the festival has, since the banning of regular cars from its nine-mile desert playground, become a sort of mobile art museum, with attendees putting much time and money into designing (slow-) moving works of wonder. Called “Mutant Vehicles,” they’re kitted-out cars, R.V.’s, fire trucks, school buses, and even tractors featuring everything from dance floors to onboard cocktail bars; the competition for wildest creation is fierce, and the results are marvels of both engineering and art. Here, London’s crazy-car photographs, coming ahead of a volume of his work that will publish from Hoxton Mini Press in the coming months. —Julia Vitale