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    21 Construction Workers Who Clearly Just Did Not Give A Shit

    It takes a lot of skill and artistry to screw something up this much.

    1. Obviously this is not a ramp, it's an al fresco surrealist installation.

    AlbaƱiles que admiran a Escher / Via Facebook: AlbanilesQueAdmiranAEscher

    2. This piece is clearly inspired by M. C. Escher's work:

    AlbaƱiles que admiran a Escher / Via Facebook: AlbanilesQueAdmiranAEscher

    3. This builder was interested in exploring notions of space:

    AdriƔn Gomez / Via facebook.com

    4. These builders stretched perspective to the limit and have little regard for gravity:

    Pepita Arandela / Via facebook.com

    5. This tile-fitter's work is inspired by Taoist philosophies. In this challenging piece, down is up.

    Carlos Lleixa GonzƔlez / Via facebook.com

    6. This artist started his life as a vulcanizer and influences from his early work still show through in his later stuff.

    Mirella Villanueva / Via facebook.com

    7. Doors are often symbols of connection in art, but this piece takes that convention and flips it on its head:

    Ivan Solano / Via facebook.com

    8. Ah, yes! Perfect use of juxtaposition to make you think about the obstacles of modern metropolitan living. Very compelling.

    David Veguillas / Via facebook.com

    9. These seats encourage introspection, making the viewer an active participant rather than a passive observer:

    German Moshe / Via facebook.com

    10. Clearly a statement on the futility of life:

    German Moshe / Via facebook.com

    11. This artist sought to capture the struggles of Sisyphus in his designs:

    Oscar GonzƔlez / Via facebook.com

    12. This builder was inspired by Picasso to create unsettling Surrealist spaces:

    Negra Murguera / Via facebook.com

    13. And there are elements from Cubism at play in this piece:

    AlbaƱiles que admiran a Escher / Via Facebook: AlbanilesQueAdmiranAEscher

    14. This work captures a lot of emotion. You can almost feel the artist's anguish:

    AlbaƱiles que admiran a Escher / Via Facebook: AlbanilesQueAdmiranAEscher

    15. This piece from the Dada movement explores themes of masochism:

    Rodrigo Medina / Via facebook.com

    16. An abstract take on basketball:

    AlbaƱiles que admiran a Escher / Via Facebook: AlbanilesQueAdmiranAEscher

    17. It's incredible how art can take something so commonplace, make one small change to it, and make you see the world with a whole new perspective.

    AlbaƱiles que admiran a Escher / Via Facebook: AlbanilesQueAdmiranAEscher

    18. It's difficult to capture quantum superpositions with a physical medium but this builder has pulled it off.

    AlbaƱiles que admiran a Escher / Via Facebook: AlbanilesQueAdmiranAEscher

    19. This is not a staircase, this is a sculpture that meditates on the passage of time:

    AlbaƱiles que admiran a Escher / Via Facebook: AlbanilesQueAdmiranAEscher

    20. Does life imitate art, or does art imitate life?

    AlbaƱiles que admiran a Escher / Via Facebook: AlbanilesQueAdmiranAEscher

    21. These are the questions all modern artists, and all modern builders, struggle with.

    AlbaƱiles que admiran a Escher / Via Facebook: AlbanilesQueAdmiranAEscher

    This post was translated from Spanish.

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