Everyday objects have been re-imagined in countless ways by countless artists, yet that doesn't take away from Christoph Niemann's creations. He puts his own spin on this fun artistic endeavor to encourage people to look at their surroundings with fresh eyes. Whether imagining a sliced avocado as a baseball mitt or a salt shaker as the head of Steve Jobs, it is intriguing to see what Christoph Niemann perceives on a daily basis.
Based in Berlin, Germany, Christoph Niemann's illustrations are minimalist yet full of creativity. Featured in The New Yorker, Time, Wired and New York Times Magazine, he has a definitive style that many will appreciate. Christoph Niemann has also published the book 'Abstract City' and creating an app called Petting Zoo. With such an impressive resume, no wonder his series is so successful.
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