In a recent photo series conducted by two Montreal-based photographers, Claudia Ficca and Davide Luciano, were able to give potholes a whole new meaning.
Normally, we view potholes as ugly eyesores that can be deadly if your car runs over one the wrong way. But this unique and super creative photo series will make you view them differently.
The photo duo was joined by their close friends and family to help build an awesome work of art using tons of props, attire and of course — potholes — to get the message across.
It’s insane to see what people are able to do with literally just a hole in the street. Check out the photos below. Oh, and next time you run over a pothole, smile!
“Champagne on Tecumseth Street”
“Pedicure on Rue Queen”
“Spaghetti and Meatballs on Greenwich Street”
“Diver on Ave Musset”
“Baywatch on Almafi Dr”
“Winemaking on Rue St-Zotique”
“Doughnuts on Rue Belanger”
“Dog Wash on Alfred Street”
“Fisherman on Henri -Julien”
“Bubble Bath on Rue de Saint-Firmin”
“Beer & BBQ on Rue Waverly”
“Walk of Fame on New Hampshire”
“Scuba Diver on Ave. Beaconfield”
“Laundry on Rue St-Urbain”
“Gardener on Côte du Vesinet”
“Baptism on Chemin de la Fôret”
“Alice in Wonderland on 30th Street”
“Santa Claus on Tremaine Street”
Photos courtesy of My Potholes