A Moveable Feast at the Brewery Art Colony

Daniel Busby is the brains behind A Moveable Feast, an iconic transportation device that has made its mark at CicLAvia, Pasadena, and the Brewery Art Colony — home to hundreds of working artists.

“We wanted it to look like the fanciest meal you have. We have all the fine China, the platters, and gravy bowls. And we’ve had amazing meals on this thing. One person can pedal it themselves,” Busby told KCET’s Nic Cha Kim.

Busby describes the experience as an eight-person “pedal-powered dining table,” which is controlled by a steering wheel that doubles as a lazy Susan.

If Will Smith were to inquire about purchasing the kinetic sculpture, the asking price would most likely be $20,000, he estimated. That’s a lot more than the $5,000 he raised on Kickstarter.

“SoCal Connected” takes a closer look at the ingenuity and inspiration behind this “human-powered roving dinner table” that has made its rounds in Southern California.