kristián mensa adds fruit to give his illustrations an extra punch

 

 

 

illustrator kristián mensa uses everyday objects to add another layer to his pen and ink art work. the tongue-in-cheek designs feature various locations and scenarios, using fruit, flowers, dominoes and even toilet roll.

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‘pretzel meditation’

 

 

 

 

kristián mensa depicts edvard munch’s famous ‘scream’ painting using toilet roll as eyes, and places a zen monk peacefully above a pretzel. his other designs feature a screw used as a trumpet and a tomato as a punching glove. these charming designs illustrate another way of incorporating a 2D format with everyday objects in a fun and comical way. 

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‘screw jazz’

kristian mensa illustration everyday objects designboom
‘flower gramophone’

kristian mensa everyday objects designboom
‘shower time’

 

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‘the sprayer cyclist’

kristian mensa everyday objects designboom
‘playful sky’

kristian mensa everyday objects designboom
‘bathroom scream’

kristian mensa everyday objects designboom
‘cereal frog’

kristian mensa everyday objects designboom
‘the beach catcher’

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‘red carpet’ 

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‘avocado mouse’

 

 

 

designboom has received this project from our DIY submissions  feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: hollie smith | designboom