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This artist reinterprets everyday objects with poetry and nonsense

If you like artists of the absurd, those who turn your brains on with theircrazy creationsor who reveal a totally different worldview; then you will loveMyeongBeom Kim. This Korean of 55 years indeed has a very special universe that should offer you a little creative oxygen.

His creative project is to build unique works using everyday objects. Obviously, these are transformed or used in a sense that is absolutely not the primary meaning of what they were created for. We thus discover a chair carved in a tree, as if the tree had had the will to make "useful" of itself, or this candle whose black wick is prolonged to actually form ... a small tree.

One universe at a time poetic and perfectly absurd that we have summarized with these few photos below but which is obviously much denser! We advise you to follow the Instagram account of the artist to discover more or directly via his website.

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

Credits : MyeongBeom Kim

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Video: Brian Greene in To Unweave a Rainbow: Science and the Essence of Being Human (November 2019).

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