William Kass Combines Everyday Objects and Mini People to Create Art

By: Paul Maccarone - Published: Aug 9, 2013 • References: wkass.500px & designtaxi
From the imaginative mind of photographer William Kass comes a whimsical world of miniature people that traverse through a landscape of everyday object art. This whimsical concept produces a surreal effect that makes it seem like the photographs are part of an incredibly strange dream.

Kass uses normal objects such as 'Kit-Kat' bars, matches, ice-cream cones and utensils to create the stunning landscapes. Surreal art is definitely one of the most brilliantly thought of art forms as it is as thought-provoking as it is captivating. The fictional world that Kass creates is definitely a wonderful example of everyday object art. The concept of taking these normal objects and elevating their existence by turning them into works of art is quite remarkable. The aptly titled 'Minimize' series will certainly have you staring at the photographs and questioning how Kass was able to create them. Stats for Miniature Everyday Object Art Trending: Older & Mild
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