Artist uses little everyday items to create something else
In her series 100 Days of Tiny Things, artist Desirée De León challenges her imagination by creating a hundred ink drawings with small everyday objects.
Currently a neuroscience student in Atlanta, the artist says she is continually “inspired by the inspired by the complexities of the brain and the possibilities of a blank canvas.”
Her works reflect this passion, with items like pieces of fruit and flower petals turned into completely something else. For instance, the pointy end of a crayon becomes a garden gnome’s hat, while blue petals are turned into Marge Simpson’s hair.
h/t: Lost At E Minor