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  • Hannah Kim

    I love this! It's so interesting. I think one really cool thing art can do is transform how we view things. This post gives us a new perspective on everyday item as well as classical paintings. Forcing us to see things in new and fresh ways is such an amazing use for artwork. This kind of reminded me of this post on food art sculptures:
    or this one:
    which is simultaneously a statement on hunger.
    I love it when we can use random objects like foods, cans or plastic bags and create something aesthetically pleasing or thought-provoking.