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I've spent 5 years creating this project called "Tiny Wasteland." The series features miniature figures placed next to everyday objects in order to create the illusion of microscopic worlds.
with a tongue-in-cheek approach to composition and communication, domenic bahmann has been developing his 'stop, think, make' for more than two years.
Rebeccafleet saved to Everyday objects
Tokyo-based artist Makiko Azakami intricately and skillfully crafts paper into realistic replicas of everyday objects. Azakami’s 30-year penchant for
Rohan Grace saved to Art
Paul Fuentes tiene una imaginación prodigiosa. ¡Mira las chuladas que hace!
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Sandra Ryan saved to photography
Belgian artist Louise Daneels makes 3D illustrative replicas of everyday objects to which we often give little thought beyond their functional uses.
James Thornton saved to COOL WORLD
My name is Javier Pérez Estrella, aka cintascotch. I’m a graphic designer/audiovisual producer from Guayaquil, Ecuador. I've already been on Bored Panda before, and I'm back with my new works.My work is very simple and minimal. I want people to be able to take a break from the saturation of photos in general. My motto: “Create every day. No matter your skills”.
Patricia Urrutia saved to Pedagogía
Artist Arranges Everyday Objects To Make Perfect-Looking Art Pieces, And Here Are 80 Of The Best Ones
Kristen Meyer is an American designer based in New Haven, Connecticut. Kristen’s portfolio is filled with images that blend everyday objects with unusual geometric precision. Circles, squares, triangles, etc. are just the beginning when it comes to Kristen’s work. Her creativity knows no bounds and all of this is done to create photographs that seem to play with our eyes.
Margaret Kahn saved to Art
Everyday objects take an unusual turn in Nancy Fouts‘ bizarre sculptures. Playing with unexpected combinations of violence and peace, the natural and manmade, interiors and exteriors, Fouts challenges viewers to rethink the categories we habitually place different objects in. The American-born, London-based artist studied at the Chelsea School of Art and the Royal College of Art. Prints of some works are available on Artsy, and you can find out more about Fouts in the video below by Black…
Jaime Sánchez, a visual artist based in Málaga (Spain), creates colorful photography in pop art style.
Natalija Hrzenjak Sopar saved to FadhDash