Since 1995, Randy, Mike and Don the Camera Guy have been loading up their cramped minivan to document outsider artists, grassroots art environments and offbeat attractions of all kinds exploring creativity across 39 states and 3 time zones.
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ER doc turned folk artist Dewey Blocksma, Tom Moran's giant iron works and the Legs inn.
Art at the Lansing Water Plant and outsider artists Tom D. and Joe McCuaig.
Toothpick boatbuilder Wayne Kusty, carver David Philpot and sculptor Milton Mizenburg.
Michelangelo Lovelace, Rabbi Sid Rackoff and autographed buns at Tony Packo's.
Scrap metal sculptor Rick Crooks, the Pencil Sharpener Museum, and the Junk Man.
Found object sculptor, a geode-laden grotto and a world-record setting paint ball.
Art at Eliphante, Route 66, junk sculptures and the House of Hammargren. (episode 1205)
A bottle house and Open Air Museum in Death Valley, Guru Lane and Thunder Mountain.
Carver Donald Keeney's, Oop Land, the Ran Horn Van Gogh Gallery and Casa de Azucar.
The premiere episode of Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations takes a tour of Kansas.