07 Oct '17, 11am

Artist hides miniature homes in Milan's manholes

Biancoshock’s miniature manhole homes are slightly nicer than the hovels in Las Vegas. The artist said, “if some problems can not be avoided, make them comfortable.” If you’re in Milan, keep your eyes peeled for the underground showers, kitchens and living rooms under your feet.

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