Mixing art and beer at the Beer Can House, it is indeed possible!

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Mixing art and beer at the Beer Can House, it is indeed possible!

The Beer Can House includes 50,000 flattened or cut-up beer cans, a work John Martin Milkovisch created to decorate his house. Visit of a veritable house of metal.

A retired upholsterer from the Southern Pacific Railroad, John Martin Milkovisch began covering the facade of his house with beer cans in 1968. The owner of the Beer Can House in Houston just wished to pleasantly pass the time. The artistic dimension of the place was quickly noticed: beer cans, metal trinkets and pieces of aluminium merged harmoniously into a giant and habitable sculpture.

Upon John's death, his wife Mary took to offering tours of the surrealist work of art for a few dollars, and it quickly became one of the main attractions of the region. Purchased and restored by the Orange Show Foundation, the house is still open to an audience eager to discover the unusual sights of Texas.

The Beer Can House
222 Malone Street
Houston

+1 713 926 6368

www.visithoustontexas.com