Sharing a living space with a roommate can be difficult. This is why most people recommend not living with your friends. Most likely you’ll end up losing that friendship by the end of the lease. You can never tell what a person’s living habits are until you actually live with him or her. So, what would you do if you lived with a messy person who doesn’t clean up after themselves? Would you clean up for them or come up with a creative way to help them learn their lesson? Justin Cousson definitely chose the creative route when he decided to turn all of his roommate’s messes into a passive-aggressive art gallery.This actually works. They can break down and decompose on the couch.
Didn’t know a pair of tongs, scissors, and a candy wrapper could cost so much.
So close, yet so far! It’s as if he didn’t even try…
The milk is so old, that it has curdles! That’s so gross, I can’t even begin to imagine how it smells.
The Bart Simpson underwear explains everything. Now we know what kind of person we’re dealing with.
It must have been an ice cream emergency! Perhaps salted with tears. That or the person is simply hopeless.
A new meaning to minimalism. It doesn’t get more artsy than this.
Replacing paper towels for some reason is just so difficult for certain individuals.
There are few things as gross as used cutlery left on countertops.
The price went up because like Cousson tweeted “great art appreciates with time.”