Creating Cool Illustrations Using Everyday Objects

There’s probably nobody who really realizes that even the most ordinary everyday objects can become totally unique if given a little twist than Kristian Mensa. It looks like the 17-year-old artist from the Czech Republic is in love with creating impressive art using simple everyday objects.

To complete his work, Mensa regularly raids the kitchen for dull objects such as orange peels, corkscrews, plastic forks, leaves, biscuits and even pasta only to transform them into absolutely awesome work of arts. In most cases, Mensa ensures that these everyday objects take on completely different roles and meanings in his illustrations and turns them into impactful works of arts, despite their original simplicity.

“Over the years, I’ve come to realize that simple everyday objects are much more important than they might appear. If used correctly, they can represent a lot of entirely different things and have absolutely altered meaning,” he said.

We’re sure you’ll never look at an orange the same way again after seeing these cool illustrations by the talented teenager. Creating impressive illustrations is a thing, but having the skills to see simple everyday objects in another light is impressive.

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