An artist’s eye views the world differently than everybody else does. The artist’s perspective is based on seeing the beauty of every and anything in this world. But another special ability of an artist is to spot the potential of anything that has any artistic value to come. The aesthetic pattern of thinking, bound with their professions polishes their senses to pick up such details which are ignored by the rest of the crowd.
This article is about an artist who will spot the perfect places to create his art. When anyone ponders about street art, they tend to think about Graffiti on a plain wall most of the time. But this artist takes advantage of the placement and things present by incorporating them into his art. Scroll down to check out some of these awesome public spaces, before and after they were converted into a piece of art.
More info & Photo courtesy: Tom Bob
The talent behind these creations is Tom Bob. He has an eye to pick out places with such artistic potential. No one would ever see a manhole cover as a pizza until it is painted as one, no one but artists like Tom.
He wants to share his artistic creativity with the world by transforming mundane places in public areas into quirky characters that people would stop to see. Tom shares his views with My Modern Met by saying that he wishes to share and create happiness by transforming street objects into characters. An ordinary person would never see the potential of these types of places that they pass by every single day. The difference between an ordinary person and Tom is seen in these pictures.
His selection of public places always contains some object that he will add to his art. It can be a manhole-cover, concrete slabs, gutter pipes, and absolutely anything that he can transform into a quirky part of his artwork. His attempt at transforming these sorts of public places is a very creative and successful one. You can visit his Instagram account to be updated on his latest creative endavors.
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