You can live in art (architect R.M. Schindler's work is often an object of desire in L.A.) if you have the means.
But for an otherwise homeless guy named Tachowa Covington, artful shelter came to him for free. And then it was taken away.
Turns out that Banksy-tagged tank near Malibu was the man's house, and now that it's been hauled off and put up for sale, Covington might be living al fresco, according to Vandalog (via LAist).
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