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Artist hides miniature homes in Milan’s manholes

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 06, 2016 01:05 AM
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by Kristine Lofgren last modified Apr 05, 2016

Artist Biancoshock is filling Milan's manholes with minuscule homes. Called "Borderlife," the street art project is meant to create a dialogue about extreme living conditions that people are forced to live in. Specifically, Biancoshock was inspired by Bucharest, where over 600 people live in the sewers of the city. Around the world, housing crises, unstable economies and political issues force people to live in uncomfortable and unusual spaces. The problem isn't impacting countries...




 

 

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Artist Biancoshock is filling Milan’s manholes with minuscule homes. Called “Borderlife,” the street art project is meant to create a dialogue about the extreme living conditions many people are forced to endure. Specifically, Biancoshock was inspired by Bucharest, where over 600 people are living in the city’s sewers.


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