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Artists Transform Anti-Homeless Spikes Into Outdoor Bedroom

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A group of guerrilla artists in London has struck out against anti-homeless spikes, the rows of sharp metal protrusions that are intended to prevent people from sleeping outside of stores, turning one such row of, as they describe them, "sharpened buttplugs," into an outdoor bedroom, completely with mattress, sheets, and bookshelf stocked with books on architecture and urban planning. While the installation, titled "Space, Not Spikes," is not likely to last, they did use lots of glue so at least it should be a real pain for whoever is tasked with removing it.
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