If you've ever seen the movie 'Honey I Blew Up the Kid,' you might initially think that these Romulo Celdran creations were leftover props from the set. The sculptures depict normal household articles scaled to irregularly large proportions.
From a chewed pen cap to a used matchstick, it's almost as if Romulo Celdran is taking items that he's found lying around and expanding them with a particle beam. What really makes Romulo Celdran's work so distinct is that the sculptures actually look like they've been used.
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