The "Osh Kosh"
October 24, 2003

Dustin Smith chose a vintage Osh-Kosh vanity case to create a portable MP3 DJ set up for parties and festivals. Packed inside is an EPIA 9000, additional Video card, an LCD screen, DVD/CDRW, HDD, mouse and roll-up keyboard. And an 8-channel sound reactive EL-wire sequencer that controls 200 feet of colored glow wire...

Traveling with the luggage has made going through airport security much more interesting for Dustin. His favorite security guard comment, made while giving the Osh-Kosh a plastic explosives "swab" test: "A computer? Why'd you do that?" then, before he could answer, he continued: "Because you could, right?". Dustin smiled and nodded.

Dustin Smith's "Osh-Kosh"

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