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Splash in yellow. Art photography by StegoPhotoStore on Etsy, €4.90

Splash in yellow. Art photography by StegoPhotoStore on Etsy, €4.90

Go ahead, Cut your sweatshirt

Go ahead, Cut your sweatshirt

Paul Fuentes | Everyday Object Mashed-up

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Mexican visual artist Paul Fuentes makes modern Pop Art by creating mashups of everyday objects with a very colorful and quirky aesthetic.

Sculptures of Everyday Objects Stripped of Their Functionality

Half full or half empty? Sculptures of Everyday Objects Stripped of Their Functionality

Found Objects Assemblage Art Organized Nature by doreycardinale

Makes my heart happy! This is an Assemblage of found woodland and forest items. It is all contained in a vintage wood compartment box, probably used for wood type

Secondo Me Tirotto. Photo courtesy of Secondo Me.-Wmag

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***As seen in Mother & Baby and Today's Parent Magazine*** Gorgeous, handmade play tents - Entrepreneur Magazine  Meet the newest Domestic Objects product!  Its a play tent shaped bed canopy that fits over top of your mattress on the floor (you choose the size). This is perfect for you toddler

***As seen in Mother & Baby and Today's Parent Magazine*** Gorgeous, handmade play tents - Entrepreneur Magazine Meet the newest Domestic Objects product! Its a play tent shaped bed canopy that fits over top of your mattress on the floor (you choose the

Trippy Furniture that Looks Like 2D Sketches | S.O.M.F

Trippy Furniture that Looks Like 2D Sketches

Jinil Park created these pieces which look remarkably like sketches. I don't know how comfortable they will be but the are cool nonetheless. The below vessels from Maya Selway are also pretty cool. Found on: WebUrbanist

Quirky Interpretations of Everyday Objects by Vanessa McKeown

Quirky Interpretations Of Everyday Objects By Vanessa McKeown

escapekit: “ Whimsical objects Photographer and art director Vanessa McKeown turns everyday objects into colourful quirky scenes. Various objects from fruits, vegetables, cakes, and candies have been constructed with unexpected materials.

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