A spinoff of the food-truck phenomenon, White Walls Boston looks to bring art to public spaces. The U-Haul made several stops outside Boston last weekend and will host two more shows this summer.
A 26-foot U-Haul carrying what looked like a sparkling black hole made passersby stop to look in wonder last weekend.
The truck was part of a traveling art exhibit called White Walls Boston that visited both predetermined and random locations in Cambridge, Allston, and Jamaica Plain on June 30. It was the first in a three-part series this summer that will showcase projects by local artists.