This is a zombie-proof armored "home" made from recycled ship steel by Atelier Van Lieshout. It's striking resemblance to my neighbor's pedovan aside, I don't know if I could actually live in one. Sure it's got a toilet, wood stove and bench, but you know what else it has? An entrance that looks a little too easy to lock from the outside. I mean, what good is a safehouse that somebody else can lock you in? No good at all! As a matter of fact, I wouldn't even call that a safehouse, just a place to masturbate until you starve to death. No thanks, Atelier! (I still loved you in Assassin's Creed though)
Hit the jump for a shot of the cozy interior.
When the Apocalypse Happens, You'll Find Me in My Armored Home [gizmodo]
Thanks to Mr. Sausage, who wants to live in a meat-safehouse. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?! YOU'LL BE DEAD IN A MATTER OF MINUTES!
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Note: Full-res, easier-to-read version of the pamphlet HERE.
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