The Conceptual Work of Domenic Bahmann is Playfully Entertaining

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 2, 2014 • References: stopthinkmake &
Everyday objects are turned into entertaining works of art in the conceptual work of Domenic Bahmann, an art director, illustrator and photographer based in Melbourne, Australia. While some people got a glimpse of his surreal food-related depictions, he also transforms other items into playful scenes. For instance, a bunch of Post-It Notes and pencils take on the form of a sail boat while a piece of styrofoam on blue construction paper gives the impression that toy penguins are stranded at sea.

All shot in studio, the conceptual work of Domenic Bahmann are cleverly composed as well, not just creatively. For instance, a pair of Apple headphones form a treble sigh while two cups of coffee forming airplane turbines encourage people to take off in the morning. Stats for Everyday Object Artworks (UPDATE) Trending: Older & Popular
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