Welcome to the House of Contamination, a city made of junk

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For the Artissma International Art Fair last weekend, German design firm raumlabor built the House of Contamination, an indoor structure made of garbage and appliances. The village isn't built to last, but it resembles some post-apocalyptic dwelling out of WALL-E.

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As for the last photo, I'm not sure if the bodysuit clown comes with the house or if he represents some kind of house vermin that futuristic garbage dwellers must spray against. "Call the exterminator, dear. We've got mimes."

[raumlabor via Inhabitat]

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Two words : Gaston Lagaffe.

If you don't know this franco-belgian comics, it is about an extremely lazy (but ressourcefull) mail clerk (not) working for a comic book publisher.

Over the years the "late-mail" running gag took gargantuan proportions.