Italian Street Artist Biancoshock has lived up to his name by creating a couple of stunning street art installments on the thoroughfairs of Milan in Italy.
In a satirical way, this installment shows that when people are forced to seek refuge in foreign countries, with little other than what’s on their backs and when forced to live in extreme conditions, they may as well set up in a manhole.
Called ‘Borderlife’ this installation was inspired by the city of Bucharest, where hundreds live underground in sewers.
If some problems can’t be avoided, at least make them comfortable. -Biancoshock