Did you know that raindrops want to be pearls? Did you know that the lines in ruled notebooks are made of thread? Or that there are little people living in your food? Fortunately for you, here we present you the work of four talented photographers that have documented the secret life of ordinary objects: Terry Border Half sculptor, half photographer, by adding bent wire to fruits, office material, toys and whatever comes to his hands, Trerry transforms them in living beings and creates scenes brimful with humor and imagination. Chema Madoz Spanish photographer Chema Madoz is known for his black and white surrealist photographs. Often defined as a visual poet, he connects different objects to create visual metaphors or give them a new purpose. Though it may seem simple, his work is always surprising. Brock Davis Graphic designer, illustrator and advertising creative likes to have fun when it comes to personal projects. Humor is a constant in his work, transforming objects in unexpected ways to surprise the viewer. Minimiam This team is formed by photographers Akiko Ida and Pierre Javele. Using miniatures they have created a gastronomic world full of little characters that interact with food creating a little story in every image.
The secret life of everyday objects
Article by Awwwards Team in Design & Illustration - July 21