27 June 2013

Domestic Environments Hidden In Paper Sculptures Of Electronics

In his ‘Objects’ series, a part of the ‘Ordinary Behaviour’ project, artist and illustrator Kevin LCK recreates various electronic appliances as black and white paper cardboard sculptures.

Hidden within each sculpture are beautifully crafted domestic environments that reflect the nature of the appliance.

For example, a dining table is placed inside the microwave, while the computer encases a bedroom. Best of all is the toilet that sits on the iPhone.

The project is meant to examine the “unhealthy relationship between human and technology in an everyday context”.

Visit Kevin LCK’s website to see more of his wor.

[via Beautiful Decay and Kevin LCK]