In artist FilthyLuker's street installations, giant inflatable tentacles emerge from buildings and vehicles, creating the sense that a monstrous kraken or Lovecraftian horror is trapped inside.

FilthyLuker creates whimsical sculptures and installations, with pieces that include anthropomorphized trashcans and easy chairs, adding eyeballs to bushes and trees, and giant banana peels placed in the middle of the road. His "Octo" installations are perhaps the most inspired, offering all the fun of a B-movie with none of the property damage.

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Octopied Building

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Octo Street

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Tragic Bus

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Octo

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