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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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Creative Shots by Handy Andy Pandy

Creative Shots by Handy Andy Pandy

Creative Shots by Handy Andy Pandy

Handy Andy Pandy is a Melbourne-based photographer who is currently keeping up a 365-day challenge. The rules for this challenge are simple: take a photograph once a day, everyday, for 365 days straight. Most who do take on the challenge lose interest after several months for lack of time or creativity. Not Handy Andy Pandy though. Sometimes, it takes him anywhere between six to seven hours a day to capture that perfect shot. He said: “I’m smack bang in the middle of a 365 Project and loving it! I’m trying to challenge myself and push myself to grow as a photographer and a photomanipulator”.

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Matt Stuart Shoots People by Matt Stuart

Matt Stuart Shoots People

Matt Stuart Shoots People by Matt Stuart

An interest in street photography-particularly in London streets, a fascination with people and how they live their lives is what drives Matt Stuart to create this photography project. The subjects in his photos are merely strangers going on in their everyday pattern of life.

Today, in a world where almost everything is fake or photoshopped, the idea of street photography, where people capture raw moments- what is in the street, the park or the museum and showing that this actually existed is I think more significant than ever.

Stuart says in one of his interviews that he was often mistaken as a paparazzi. Over the years he learned what to do and what not to do. He may look like a stalker but his intentions are not invading privacy but rather exposing the truth in the streets.

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