This is nothing like your local ice cream truck, folks. Though it may cause a stir like that recognizable song– this truck creates the same kind of interest, but it might be the giant light up breast atop the roof of the truck that’s really causing a riot.
The Milk Truck is a Toronto based design for mothers by Jill Miller and unveiled at the Andy Warhol Museum during the 2011 Pittsburgh Biennal. The premise of this wildly interesting business is simple: the ability to feed babies in places where they have been discouraged. So no matter where you are, you can contact the truck or check out social media outlets to find out where the truck is stopped at in the meantime.