Houston Beer Can House!

Houston Beer Can House!


A retired South Pacific Railroad upholsterer John Milkovisch started a project of "beerifying" his house in 1968. It took him 18 years to cover his Houston home in an estimated 50,000 beer cans. Hundreds of beer top garlands hang from the roof, the exterior of the house is covered with flattened can siding, and front and back yards are decorated with pull tabs and other can pieces. After Milkovisch's passing in the 1980s the house was given to and is now run as a museum by the Orange Show Center for Visionary Art.


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