Just when you thought that 7 Eleven could only mean the convenience truck stops and giant icey drinks called “Slurpees,” THINK AGAIN. At the 7 Eleven gallery in Chelsea, several artists literally build a home in a show called “Make Yourself At Home.” Talented visionaries from Gordon Stevenson, Jill Levine, Leo Villareal, to India Donaldson, Carlton DeWoody (son of collector Beth DeWoody) and Tom Sachs, created art pieces into furniture and vice versa. Collectors like Tim Nye and gallerists like Stefania Bortolami filled the space, curious about the many creations seen here in the slide show. Designer Nicole Miller saw Gordon Stevenson’s neon vacuum cleaner and bought it on the spot! No word on the pricing, but it was love at first sight. One cool detail, so that new artists would not be outshone by bigger names, the works were displayed without tags. So, it truly turned into an instinctual visceral delight. To see and possibly buy for yourself, check out “Make Yourself at Home” at the 7 Eleven Gallery at 169 Tenth Avenue, through June 6th.