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Which House Is Uglier: The One Painted With Burberry's Plaid, or the One With Louis Vuitton's Logos All Over It?

Image via Curbed
Image via Curbed

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Behold the house Norwegian Jens Warner Andersen painted to resemble Burberry chav. Whether this is a case of out of control brand whoring or just a Norwegian expressing his fun side, the house's tagline should be, in our sister site Curbed's words, "Completed since 2009—and mind-blowing for all eternity."

Image via Curbed
But don't judge to hastily. There is still this kindred spirit in Mexicali, Mexico, which has been a member of Curbed's World's Ugliest Houses list since 2010.

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