An Italian Artists Invents Useless Objects From Everyday Useful Objects (Photo Gallery)

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An artist expert in the art of photo-montage had a very bright idea of ​​taking everyday objects and change their functions to make them completely unusable. 
The Italian artist  Giuseppe Colarusso  photo-montage shows his talents in a series of photographs entitled ”  Improbabilità ” . Everyday useful objects have been rendered completely useless. For example sink without a drain, cutlery whose handle is made ​​of strings, a ping-pong racket with a hole, blank dice or a bottle Water that can not be opened, etc.
"  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects "  Improbabilità ": Giuseppe Colarusso's art from everyday objects An artist with a very whimsical imagination for unique and surreal at the edge of the impossible creations. We had a heart for the compass that draws squares as well as the beer mug 2 1. Which is your most useless and therefore essential item?
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4 comments

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  2. L J

    Although interesting and funny, this artist didn’t “invent” the idea of rendering items useless. Check out the Dada art movement after WWI. Artists like Duchamp were doing this back in 1915.But our art today is all about borrowing from the past and expanding on it.

  3. L J

    Oh totally misread the title- He “invented” objects, not the idea of doing so. My bad!

  4. scar chan

    these are so cool ~ helps me out and inspires!~ pretty much only site i could find that was making useful stuff into useless stuff~

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