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If you're not familiar with Terry's work, he takes boring, everyday objects and makes them come alive! The best thing about it is that it can be enjoyed by everyone. Young or old, we can all get a good chuckle out of his hilarious Bent Objects.
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29 May 2012 02:59:00
Everyday Objects Into Cute Characters By Gilbert Legrand Part 3

French artist Gilbert Legrand’s new series takes everyday objects like corkscrews, tape measures, and more and turns them into hilariously cute characters that almost make you forget their original purpose. Skillfully using each object’s natural shape, he crafts a character full of whimsy and personality. Each is painted to detail, with even the tiniest of characters bearing an expression which leaves no doubt as to their feelings about the situation. It truly takes a talented hand and imagination to turn paint brushes and zippers into humorous characters with surprisingly huge personalities.


See Also: Psrt 1 _ Part 2
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14 Jul 2014 12:08:00
Illustrations From Everyday Objects By Hyemi Jeong Part 1

Adorable creations of Canadian illustrator Hyemi Jeong, based in Toronto, who is having fun with the small everyday objects with cute and creative illustrations.


See Also: Part 2 _ Part 3
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13 Sep 2014 11:13:00
Skeletal Creatures Carved From Everyday Objects By Maskull Lasserre

The sculptures of Montreal-based Maskull Lasserre address structures of authority, class and value in nostalgic, allegorical and humourous ways. Oracle, an anatomically correct jaw carved into the corner of a picture frame, is a delicate yet slightly sinister imposition on an everyday object. Lasserre has exhibited throughout Canada, and at the New York Museum of Arts and Design. He completed his MFA at Concordia University.
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08 Feb 2013 13:54:00
Everyday Objects Into Cute Characters By Gilbert Legrand Part 2

French artist Gilbert Legrand’s new series takes everyday objects like corkscrews, tape measures, and more and turns them into hilariously cute characters that almost make you forget their original purpose. Skillfully using each object’s natural shape, he crafts a character full of whimsy and personality. Each is painted to detail, with even the tiniest of characters bearing an expression which leaves no doubt as to their feelings about the situation. It truly takes a talented hand and imagination to turn paint brushes and zippers into humorous characters with surprisingly huge personalities.


See Also: Psrt 1 _ Part 3
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10 Jul 2014 11:08:00
Illustrations From Everyday Objects By Hyemi Jeong Part 2

Adorable creations of Canadian illustrator Hyemi Jeong, based in Toronto, who is having fun with the small everyday objects with cute and creative illustrations.


See Also: Part 1 _ Part 3
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15 Sep 2014 12:40:00
Illustrations From Everyday Objects By Hyemi Jeong Part 3

Adorable creations of Canadian illustrator Hyemi Jeong, based in Toronto, who is having fun with the small everyday objects with cute and creative illustrations.


See Also: Part 1 _ Part 2
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14 Sep 2014 13:40:00
Everyday Objects Into Cute Characters By Gilbert Legrand Part 1

French artist Gilbert Legrand’s new series takes everyday objects like corkscrews, tape measures, and more and turns them into hilariously cute characters that almost make you forget their original purpose. Skillfully using each object’s natural shape, he crafts a character full of whimsy and personality. Each is painted to detail, with even the tiniest of characters bearing an expression which leaves no doubt as to their feelings about the situation. It truly takes a talented hand and imagination to turn paint brushes and zippers into humorous characters with surprisingly huge personalities.


See Also: Psrt 2 _ Part 3
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08 Jul 2014 10:29:00