Winter is near, and while many of us are excited about the festivities, some people find the snow blanket to be quite… boring. Adam is one example. Adam didn’t want winter to dampen his cheerful disposition, so he decided to go about his day with only his googly eyes. It’s impressive that he started putting googly eyes onto outdoor objects in January 2017.
Scandinavian winters last about six months. I was bored and unmotivated, so I stuck googly eyes all over my monochrome home. It’s known as eye bombing. Adam said it when he presented his amusing handiwork.
The internet has embraced Adam’s clever idea of sticking googly eyes to outdoor objects.
It is truly unique how tiny details can make mundane objects fascinating. There were many possibilities for the googly eyes sticker that no one else could see. Adam gave life and personality to seemingly ordinary things like garbage bins and pipes, wall holes, and fallen lamp posts. Adam has been dubbed the “Googly Eye Vandal,” but he clarifies that:
This is not something to get upset about. I don’t glue eyes on statues. It’s only adhesives.
Adam was a remarkable individual, although we haven’t seen him since May 2017. We are happy to see that this young man could bring a little surprise and humor to his monochromatic home.
It’s a clever way of encouraging people to dispose of their rubbish correctly by adding googly eyes to trash bins.
You aren’t alone if you also can see inanimate objects with an almost human-like appearance, like Adam. Pareidolia is a common condition where the mind perceives patterns in things, such as those that make faces, even though they aren’t intended to be.
Hopefully, the police officers had a good chuckle when they discovered that they’d been Googly-fied!
Fun is more for creative minds. You and your family can have a lot of fun next time you go for a walk. We think it’s a simple but great activity.