An artist, Biancoshock, is turning tiny sewers into little dwellings in his hometown of Milan for his most recent project called Borderlife.
For this new project, Biancoshock was inspired by people having to live in extreme conditions, such as inside of sewers. He’s decorated these secret rooms inside covered manholes with artwork, tiled walls and some kitchen utensils.
The project is meant to bring awareness and attention to the large amount of people living underground inside the sewer systems of Bucharest.
Biancoshock writes on his website, “If some problems can not be avoided, make them comfortable.”
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