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Improbabilità – 25 strange objects by Giuseppe Colarusso

Improbabilità – 25 strange objects by Giuseppe Colarusso
Improbabilità – 25 strange objects by Giuseppe Colarusso The series of strange and surreal objects, entitled “Improbabilità“, by the Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso who hijacks everyday objects to make them deliciously unusable. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us… Images © Giuseppe Colarusso

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