The extra time at home we’ve all had has given some people plenty of time to redecorate their homes. One such person is Steelers linebacker Devin Bush, who gave his basement a complete makeover with the help of a local artist.
In a video shared by artist Cody Sabol, Bush showed off his incredible new basement in his home. It begins with streaks of Steelers and Michigan colors on the right and left walls respectively. Once you get down there, you’re greeted by three murals – one of Bush in his Michigan uniform, and two more of him in his Steelers uniform.
Also dotting the basement are pictures of some of Bush’s highlight plays, various trophies on ledges, as well as a couch to sit and admire them all from. It’s truly a sight to behold.
What may be even more incredible is that Sabol declared that it only took him “the past couple days.” Not a bad job for a few days’ work.
🦠 DEVIN BUSH QUARANTINE MURAL 🦠
Hope everyone is okay wherever you are and staying safe! I wanted to share this project my brother and I have been working on for the past couple days. It’s some of my favorite work I’ve ever done. @steelers pic.twitter.com/Euy9AF2ItJ
— Cody Sabol (@Cody_Sabol) March 26, 2020
Bush signed a four-year, $18 million contract with the Steelers after they drafted him No. 10 overall out of Michigan in 2019.
With no practices to attend – let alone games to play – Bush is definitely finding fun ways to spend his time and money.
How would you rate Devin Bush’s artistic basement?