Artists Cora and Jose didn’t just create an epic skoolie conversion for their own use, they made it with a mission in mind! Travel 30,000 miles across the Americas sharing art wherever they go! They’ve taught classes, painted murals, and shared their artistic abilities while on the road.
They even built their bus with extra guest beds in case an artist wants to travel with them for a month or so at a time and join in the art-sharing. They call the project, “Art We There Yet?”
This bus has an incredible back bedroom with a Murphy Bed, that doubles as an incredible studio as well. Just wait until you see it all in the interview with Tiny Home Tours. Follow the couple on Instagram.
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Sharing Art with their Traveling Studio
Jose’s photography and video editing tools are here.
Here’s the wonderful couple.
The couches in the front turn into guest beds.
And here’s the music studio in the bedroom!
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What a well thought out and executed plan – congratulations
Wow! Great job on the bus conversion. I love the space. Jealous.