Back in the day when someone said The Milk Truck was outside it meant the milk man was about to deliver your dairy for the week. Nowadays the only ones who get their milk delivered to them personally are babies. And this is where the modern day Milk Truck comes in.
The brainchild of artist Jill Miller, The Milk Truck, debuted at the Andy Warhol Museum and is now making the rounds. It features a large single breast that covers the entire roof of the truck and is painted in candy-striped pink, red and blue.
While food trucks in general aren't a new thing, the concept of a food truck to feed babies is an innovative concept. For mothers with young children it can often be difficult and even embarrassing trying to find a suitable place to breastfeed, and the Milk Truck is a great solution.