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11 Fragile Houses

Fragile Houses

Posted on June 19, 2007 by


fragile signs on house wall 1

Some street artists in the city of Izhevsk in Russia paint “Handle With Care” signs on the walls of multi-stored apartment houses.

You can meet “Handle With Care” “Don’t Turn Over” or “Don’t Get It Wet” signs on the house walls up to 100 feet (35 m) high.

They claim that those signs act as guard sign against bad things for the inhabitants of those houses. Who knows, but still it’s pretty cool sight.

fragile signs on house wall 2

fragile signs on house wall 3


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11 Responses to “Fragile Houses”

  1. Starshii says:

    Looks really cool! Good example how some paint and imagination can change the looks of a boring 70’s style grey house monster to a much better direction.

  2. D says:

    Russian humor bores me.

  3. Pros says:

    Very nice.

  4. shiko says:

    oh haha its funny because the houses look like boxes

  5. Dermo says:

    Boring.

  6. yuh says:

    i’m seeing some of these buildings every day, but didn’t realize that’s funny

  7. Pacific NW says:

    It’s nice that the street artist can get away with some activities. In the states, you’d probably be charged with a terrorist related acts for painting anything artistic on anything owned by an entity other than a individual person. Too bad they don’t paint one of the buildings with zerbra stripes.

  8. Em says:

    This is definitely one of those things where you wonder to yourself, ‘Now why didn’t I think of that”.

  9. mikemess says:

    Ooly Gooly Wah!

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