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Popcorn Rain Cloud

After a bunch of groundbreaking hits, Minneapolis artist Brock Davis has released some new artwork over the last few months, awesome and as always easy to follow. Created with common household items and products that we encounter on a daily basis. There is a portrait of a bear created from facial hair shavings, a Star Wars »Cereal TIE Fighter« using two Crispix for the hexagonal wings and two Cheerios for the hull and a heart carving in a broccoli stem. Brock Davis made his Instagram page become a gallery. It is worth a visit.

Popcorn Rain Cloud

Popcorn Rain Cloud

Broccoli Carving for my Sweetheart

Broccoli Carving for my Sweetheart

Cereal TIE Fighter

Cereal TIE Fighter

Said Goodbye to the Bear on my Face

Said Goodbye to the Bear on my Face

All images © Brock Davis.

Bin Bag Bear

Yael Mer & Shay Alkalay from Raw-Edges Design Studio.

»A simple employee at the council rubbish disposal services had a peculiar imagination: he could see teddy bears in every object he observed. As a child he would stare at the clouds imagining that he could see teddy bears in the sky… and today… everywhere, even the black bin bags looked like teddy bears to him. No one at work could stand his excited cries every time he shouted „look at that bear… look at that one… don’t throw it into the garbage crusher… nooooo!“ Of course he was fired from his job, lost his family and friends and became homeless. Yet even though many people thought he was strange, none of them would admit that they too saw the teddy bear bin bags dumped around the streets of London.«