Street artist turns ugly street furniture into funny looking characters

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Aiden Glynn is a Canadian street artists famous for giving the dull roads of his town a happier look by turning ugly street furniture into funny looking characters.

A garbage pail, a wall or even a handrail can become funny monsters, and he is a real master in bringing these items to life. During the process, he mainly uses polystyrene, a really easy material to cut out and color that can resists to the coldest temperatures.

“When I see a bench I tell myself: it looks like a nose, I could add the eyes! I think it’s funny and I believe other people think that too”, he said in a recent interview.

If you like to see more of his works, take a look at his Facebook page here.
What do you think of Aiden’s street art? Would you like to see it in your city?

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