Productivity by Kyle Bean, a visual composer and art director based in London, England, is a still life photo series that relates back to work ethics, specifically productivity and multitasking. The imagery is hilarious and would attract anyone's attention to the accompanying article. From coffee being poured directly onto a brain to weed being rolled in a classic Post-It Note and a more complex scene of doing a million things at once, Productivity by Kyle Bean is entertaining and eye-opening.
Created for Fast Company Magazine, Productivity by Kyle Bean was shot by still life photographer Mitch Payne. As Trendland notes, "Kyle used science lab clamps and clips to create a humanoid contraption." This gives the feeling of work ethic research and experimentation.
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