Against common sense

Against common sense

Categories: Culture | Design and Architecture | Europe

Italian artist of Swiss origin Giuseppe Colarusso has an inexplicable craving to create absolutely useless things.

In his series of works called "Unlikely", the artist turned everyday things into absurd gizmos that are technically useless and impossible to use.

And when asked why he created such objects, the artist replied that his works were just for fun and, oddly enough, for reflection.

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Keywords: Absurdity | Idea | Invention | Artist | Humor

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