These Brian Tolle Rubber Abodes are Droopy

By: Josh Triantafilou - Published: • References: crggallery & beautifuldecay
Artist Brian Tolle has produced a series of silicone houses. The droopy abodes may not make for comfortable living, but they certainly are fun to look at.

The rubber buildings can be hung on a coat rack, draped over the side of a shopping cart or squished into a laundry hamper; Brian Tolle gives a whole new meaning to the term "mobile home." This is a nice feature considering that fundamental axiom of real-estate: location, location, location! Of course, they are not actual homes, but they would make for interesting pieces to decorate one's home with.

Brian Tolle's works are clad in bright, vibrant colors one would not normally associate with such buildings save for the most funky neighborhoods. Brian Tolle has created interesting works in miniature; his designs would look just as interesting blown up to the full scale. Stats for Melting Rubber Houses Trending: Older & Mild
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