And if the objects that we use every day were endowed with a conscience and could speak? We necessarily think they would have a lot to tell us ...
If we talk about all this, it's because the artist who follows makes a beautiful tribute creative to all those objects we use every day. Native Greece, Teo Zirinis is a illustrator who was indeed amused to imagine what would be the getting mad different objects that are indispensable to us on a daily basis.
He imagines as an example a fridge who complains about being open every two minutes, a bottle of wine who blames his owner for re-offering it to someone else or a smartphone who complains of not being able to sleep because it is used until 3 o'clock in the morning.
Anyway, Teo Ziniris proves once again that art is nothing without a good storytelling and inevitably, the subject was imagined this time to talk to everyone. We let you discover below the best illustrations of Teo Ziniris on the rants of everyday objects and we invite you to visit his feed Instagram to learn more about the artist.
Finally, in a similar register, you can discover the work of the artistJdo.odles who has chosen to stage the various everyday objects with animations motion design rather well found.
"Sorry, nothing has miraculously appeared since the last time you checked it 2 minutes ago!"
"Hey! I'm doing the best I can! "
"You're not very pretty either!"
"Stop hitting! I can not do anything for you! "
"Very well ! Use your phone if it makes you happy! "
"Master yourself, damn it!"
"Yuck! Take a room! "
Bottle of wine
"Wait a minute, are you really giving me back to someone?"
"It's 3 o'clock in the morning! I would like to sleep! "
"I'd like to be a little lonely sometimes!"
Empty milk bottle
"Who put me back in the fridge?"
"I'm right under your ass!"
"Go ahead, burn my head! It's so romantic! "
"Go! Who's who turned on the heat? "
"So I'm not welcome at concerts anymore?"
"What if I do not want to celebrate me?"
"For God's sake, put on clothes!" (Reference to Eve)
"Why is it never correct?"
Imagined by:Teo Zirinis