Passive-aggressive guy turns roommate's mess into an artistic masterpiece.

Passive-aggressive guy turns roommate's mess into an artistic masterpiece.
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Almost everyone has had a dirty roommate (or has been the dirty roommate). Comedian Justin Cousson elevated the art of passive aggression to new heights, by literally turning his roommate's laziness into an art exhibit.

Behold, these experiential sculptures.

Passive-aggressive guy turns roommate's mess into an artistic masterpiece.
The ole "Sour Cream Covered Spoon, Left in Sink Before Leaving Town for Four Days."
Passive-aggressive guy turns roommate's mess into an artistic masterpiece.
Dirty Roommate sure travels a lot.
Passive-aggressive guy turns roommate's mess into an artistic masterpiece.
"Boxes Left on Couch Because What Even Is Breaking Them Down and Recycling Or Even Leaving Them Not on the Couch," is an original idea, not a recycled one.

The tweet went super viral, and Cousson (well, the dirty roommate) has expanded the installation.

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After pricing a piece for the European crowd, the exhibit was subject to a heist.

The pieces have gotten increasingly provocative. Behold, "Choose your weapon."

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People have been inspired to share their similar works of art.

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Art truly is all around us.

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But still, please, if my roommates are reading this: please pick up your sh*t. Also, sorry about the meatballs.

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