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This artist personifies everyday objects by offering them a face

Why paint in a traditional way when you can innovate using any object who passes us on hand? This is the whole subject of the creative project put in place by Alexandra Dillon. Native Los Angeles, this artist is having fun divert objects from everyday life to turn them into real faces.

Whether it's a brush, an ax, a knife or even a padlock, the artist always finds a way to to personify these small everyday objects by making a portrait of these unusual media. Alexandra Dillon explains that his art can offer "a soul" to any everyday object to "make it more alive".

It's like meeting a new friend every day. I paint characters and bring them to life much more fun than just working on a canvas. " explains the artist. We love the idea, very visual and creative, that we propose you to discover more details on his Instagram profile.

And if you like unusual diversions of artists, we invite you to discover the work of Anna Tokarska who diverts fruits and vegetables to make surprising portraits.

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Credits: Alexandra Dillon

Imagined by: Alexandra Dillon

Video: Guy Brings Ordinary Objects To Life (October 2019).

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