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Artist Turns Bus Into a Swimming Pool

 |  |  |  June 16, 2019


Artis Benedetto Bufalino likes to make some pretty wild things out of vehicles. He’s transformed a construction digger into an aquarium, a Ford Mondeo into a pizza oven, a cement mixer into a disco ball, and both a car and a camper into swimming pools. Now he’s gone and turned an entire city bus into a swimming pool.

While swimming bus can no longer drive, it’s still a pretty amazing build. It looks like he basically laid the bus on its side, then sliced one side off of it and gutted its insides. He then created a custom swimming pool liner and a set of stairs, then filled it up with water. I’m sure the process was way more complicated than I’m suggesting, so kudos to the artist for pulling off such an impressive feat. Check it out:

Work in progress… le bus piscine est presque ready… prends ton maillot de bain et rendez-vous samedi 22 juin au parc des îles à Hénin-Beaumont…

Posted by BENEDETTO BUFALINO on Saturday, June 15, 2019

If you happen to be anywhere near the Parc des îles, in Hénin-Beaumont, France, the pool bus will be on display at the Plongez dans l’inconnu (“Immerse yourself in the unknown”) exhibit, which kicks off on June 22. You might even get to take a dip in it if you bring your swimsuit.



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