From the submitter:
Saw this for-sale beauty at our local Walmart. Couldn't help but take a picture after seeing the door.
A Hungarian man is response for this marvelous invention. Taking an old Ikarus bus, he cut it up and repurposed it into a corner office of sorts. You can bet that his TPS reports will always be turned in on time!
This is the vehicle of choice for 7cees, an art collective that travels the country talking to people about their passions. The mobile-bus-studio as they call it is currently on a year-long trips around the country (this photo was taken on December 11 in Seattle). Their goal is to explore "how to consciously create cultural evolution by sparking conversations and collaborations that grow connection and community." Learn more about the project and find an itinerary here.
In the Chinese province of Heilongjiang, the Public Transport Company replaced the emergency-use hammers with pairs of yellow bricks on all city buses.
"The special hammers are expensive and people were always stealing them," explained a spokesperson from the Harbin Public Transport Company. "We don't think anybody will be interested in stealing bricks."