Food and other homegrown things are not simply normal items for Russian-conceived, London-based visual craftsman Helga Stentzel. They have stowed away characters that are fit to be uncovered in daily existence. Out of dress, cooking tools, books, bread, and different materials she makes a cast of brilliant characters and interesting circumstances. Her series, appropriately named Household Surrealism, gives a window inside her inventive psyche.
Stentzel can change over practically any material into a novel, new thing from a charming little dog made out of lettuce to a pony worked out of clothing on a clothesline. The things are organized in the appropriate structure and position for each photo. In the wake of capturing the scene Stentzel once in a while adds hand-drawn drawings, for example, eyes and mouths to give it a more close to home touch. In different pieces, the craftsman makes the presence of face qualities with little bits of paper and painstakingly chose materials.
“My thoughts come from everyday exercises and furthermore from gazing at things for longer than socially adequate,” Stentzel clarified. “I can spend quite a while analyzing a cut of bread in a café for example so as to really bother my loved ones.” she said, “I likewise convey a huge scratch pad with me where I write down my thoughts. Albeit not every one of them are expertly shot and altered I love going through them once in a while—like it’s a bank of thoughts.”
Stentzel’s unconventional game plans can be seen beneath and you can see a greater amount of her work on Instagram.
The Household Surrealism series by Helga Stentzel changes conventional things into innovative animals.
With inventive plans, everyday things are rejuvenated.