Using their design degrees to artfully put food in your belly while also bringing you actual art (hopefully not heading for your belly), the two PhilaU dudes behind mobile gallery-cum-luncherie Farm Truck are handcrafting collages of locally sourced meats, cheeses, and seasonal veggies, otherwise known as the chicken-cheese tortellini soup and country ham sandwiches you'll be Instagramming for your groundbreaking "Sometimes I Eat Lunch" series.
That ham number also has grilled winter squash, farm-sourced goat cheese, and rosemary honey on grilled multigrain.
You can also opt for salads or, better yet... more sandwiches! This prosciutto-optional (choose yes) artichoke Caprese's layered with fresh mozz and herb-roasted tomato & artichoke pesto between two wedges of grilled sourdough.
When the temps are low there'll always be two soups on the menu, like chorizo- and white cheddar-loaded chipotle black bean chili, and this hot steaming cup of toast-lidded, spuds-stuffed organic potato-leek.
Score your coffee fix three ways, none of which involve Pam Grier: The truck's pouring local roaster Valley Green's Forbidden Drive blend by the cup, selling $1 bags of grounds-rubbed dark chocolate bark...
... and dealing one-of-a-kind collages around back.
The former Camden Electric Co truck came equipped with a hydraulic lift the guys use to mount rotating local art shows. Come Summer the lift lowers to reveal a back-door farmers' market stall.
Want to (legally) make your mark on the back door? Reach out to the FT crew on Facebook or Twitter. Hopefully they're into pictures of sandwiches.