A street artist from Brazil cleverly uses the street furniture around this drain to make his creation cough and splutter.
Simple but very awesome. Pacman turns up on a drain cover in G�ttingen, Germany and his ghosty enemies are nowhere to be seen.
If you've never looked at a drain and pictured a skeletal ribcage then you've missed a trick, just look at this!
You'd better watch yourself as you walk across this pedestrian crossing in Brazil. The clock's ticking.
You know those days when it's so hot outside it feels like you could fry an egg on the pavement? Well now you can serve it with toast.
We never thought a drain cover would make us feel hungry, but now we really fancy something chocolately and creamy...
This cute camera is one of Brazil's many pieces of legal street art, allowed by the government to brighten up Brazilian streets. Neat!
...And here's another piece of legal Brazilian pavement art - a TV/VCR painted onto a drain.
Here's a drain cover in the middle of a busy market getting a bit of a helping hand.
Could there be a mutant subterranean world right beneath our feet? You never know...
These creative drain covers are advertisements for Folger's coffee complete with hot coffee (sewer) steam!
The mutants in the sewers are real and they're venturing to the surface in search of brains...and pizza!
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It's Superman! And he's bursting out of a drain.
An idyllic, provincial shuttered window, complete with washing line makes for a very pretty drain.
The rumours are true. There really are 'gators in the sewers and they're probably coming to get you!
This snuggly knitted take on street art has made sure that this property's drain pips are nice, warm and cosy.
Hey look! It's a mosaic Mario, popping out of a drain on his way to save Princess Peach! Good luck, little guy!