These Christopher Jonassen Pics of Frying Pans Mimic Real Planets

By: Jordan M - Published: Mar 30, 2011 • References: christopherjonassen & mediadump
There is a ton of creativity behind Christopher Jonassen's revelation that the bottom of frying pans can often look a lot like planets in space, and this updated collection of his photos proves just how surprisingly true this fact really is.

Through the use of a black background, some basic lighting and a camera, Christopher Jonassen turns what is otherwise an everyday household object into art that you could swear was actually a picture of a space-faring planet. From dull gray to flaming red space, from smooth to gnarled and scarred, each picture reflects a deceptively realistic depiction of astronomical bodies that is simultaneously captivating and beautiful.

When it comes to seeing hidden potential in regular objects, Christopher Jonassen definitely takes the prize. Stats for Pot Planet Photography (UPDATE) Trending: Older & Mild
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