You know when you’re mindlessly bored at work and you start to build little sculptures by stacking plastic cups, erasers, highlighters or any other crap you can find lying around your desk? Well here’s a guy who made it into a real art form.
This is the work of Herve Graumann. He makes patterns using real every day objects from industrial mass production. None of these images are photoshopped.
Pretty impressive if not slightly nutty. But I get the feeling most modern art is slightly nutty these days. I do wonder how much it costs to buy all his materials however.
Via Sweet Station