Christoph Niemann art is just so clever. The artist creates the most amusing illustrations using common items found around the house.
The New York based artist surely sees the world differently from anyone else and you can see it in his work which include several Magazines covers such as The New Yorker, Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times and others.
He also did a doodle on google home page which is pretty awesome! And although this work can keep him busy all week, he still finds the time to experiment with different types of visual effects every Sunday.
Christoph Niemann art – using everyday items to create clever art pieces
So clever taking a comb and making it part of a drawn car
Looks so real you don’t notice it’s actually the old airpods
Giraffe eating from high above the trees
Soccer player doing his best
The illustrations are so simple, that’s part of the magic
But it’s easy to see his mind is sharp as he sees unique things that most don’t visualize.
New kind of bird
This is a pretty abstract piece, but you get it
Think this is my favorite of the Christoph Niemann art pieces
Slipping on the ocean, so realistic
Is he takin g pictures of the girl who slipped above
Beating the laundry outside
Clever little piece
I never really noticed this
Dog howling at the moon
The bird is the word, haven’t you heard
The best one, hands down
A little kitten in pink
Substitute leg for a soccer player
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