Andrzej Kramarz Photographs the Things He Finds in Polish Flea Markets

By: Peter Vallas - Published:   Updated: Aug 17 2011 • References: andrzejkramarz & junk-culture
Polish photographer Andrzej Kramarz loves to take take photos of his country and the deep culture that exists within it. His photographic collection 'Things' is an interestingly arranged piece.

In 'Things,' Andrzej Kramarz visited flea markets in Poland that sell a variety of items, from knives to 90s-era computer hardware. The collection is colorful, and each item seems to reach out to your eyes. View the gallery for more from this fascinating shoot.

Implications - The popularization of found art object proves that consumers are attracted to things that they are familiar with, yet enjoy an eccentric, artistic spin. Businesses can capitalize by creating campaigns or advertisements that use this found art to draw in consumers and make them feel better connected to their brand and company.

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