Nobody said that rain gutters should be only related to misery, debris and water flow. In fact, some people across the globe have found a way to put a little fun in them along with the leaves and branches. Everyone should agree that if you are avoiding getting your house flooded you should at least do it with style in a creative and amusing manner. We have collected 12 real life proofs that entertainment can be implemented in even the most boring of jobs. Enjoy this set of hilarious rain gutters we’ve found around the Internet:
A pattern is noticeable in the first three. Said pattern can be precisely defined as “smirk inducing rain gutter architecture that will manage your roof rain water flow no worse than a regular well built gutter system”.
Then comes the “I can make it look whatever I want it to look like and it will still be of use.” Simply beautiful. You need more than skills to make these. You need the mindset of a true gutter artist.
And now the inevitable “animal themed” ones appear. They are realistic, they’re stunning, they’re wild.
Okay, not all are that realistic and wild:
What about humanoid themed rain gutter art? Nothing wrong with admiring the shapes and forms of yet another species of Nature’s sons and daughters. Like this one:
Bonus: Really something you don’t see every day. If treated well, wooden gutters should last 15 to 20 years. But it’s difficult and not everyone can do it, so people avoid it. On the other hand nothing speaks style like wood gutters:
Hopefully you’ve enjoyed this visual adventure in the land of the rainy business. We assure you that we are now officially sending out “rain gutter art scouts”. We wish.