Creating purposefully useless object art, Katerina Kamprani's 'The Uncomfortable Project' is smart, witty and forces us to notice everyday objects we tend to overlook.
Taking on useful objects and altering them to become completely useless everyday objects art like a bowl with a hole, peep-toe rain boots, a bent chair and an unusable cooking pot, the designer's artsy creations probe the very important idea of purpose versus aesthetics in our visually centric modern-day world.
“The first uncomfortable just popped into my head. After that, I started thinking like that because it’s fun but also it helps me analyze the invisible design language behind everyday objects. I am an architect, but design is my passion,” says Kamprani about her refreshing world of useless and amusing art creations.