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Designer Turns Everyday Objects Into Creatures And Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Domenic Bahmann, a clever designer based in Melbourne, Australia, has a wonderfully understated style to his tongue-in-cheek miniature designs that communicates simple ideas tastefully and humorously.

Bahmann’s style is diverse, but his clever miniaturized arrangements of easily recognizable symbols are probably his most eye-catching work. Each little miniature item is like a small and self-contained joke or statement, and it only helps that most of them are created out of simple arrangements of every-day objects that we could easily collect at home.

In his surprising and imaginative ability to re-imagine and reinterpret the everyday objects around him, Bahmann’s work reminds us of artists Javier Perez and Victor Nunes, both of whom also have a knack for turning everyday objects into something else.

If you like Bachmann’s work, be sure to check out his e-shop, where he sells art prints and a broad range of products printed with his designs.

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

Designer Domenic Bahmann Turns Everyday Objects Into Playful Images

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Rainy Windshield Drawings by Elizabeth Patterson

Rainy Windshield Drawings by Elizabeth Patterson

Rainy Windshield Drawings by Elizabeth Patterson

Fascinated by the texture and color of water, artist Elizabeth Patterson challenged herself to recreate the complex formation of water droplets on rain-streaked windshields. Patterson begins her own photography then utilizes several images for a single drawing, finding the right details and patterns for each composition.

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Ashes and Snow by Gregory Colbert

Ashes and Snow by Gregory Colbert

Ashes and Snow by Gregory Colbert

Gregory Colbert‘s photography project Ashes and Snow captures the extraordinary interactions between man and animals. Since the start of this project in 1992, he has traveled far and wide in order to capture these amazing photos and he has gone to India, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Borneo, Burma, Tonga, Namibia, Kenya, Antarctica and the Azores.

This exhibition of large-scale photographic artworks is being housed in the Nomadic Museum and has traveled to five cities in three continents and has received over 10 million visitors making it the most attended exhibition by any artist in history.

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Beloved by Jesh de Rox

Beloved by Jesh de Rox

Beloved by Jesh de Rox

“There is nothing more beautiful to me than the human spirit, unbound.”

An artist, futurist and adventurer, Jesh de Rox shoots a new genre of photography called Beloved. This genre is composed of unique portraiture and photojournalism blended together. Beloved is a style that works in collaboration with the client to create meaningful and story-telling portraits.

The couples don’t even feel like they are doing a photo shoot, they are just in their own bubble doing their own thing, looking at each other lovingly, caressing, hugging. Beloved shows that being loved is the most wonderful thing in the world.

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