There can be a lot of beauty in everyday objects if you have enough imagination. Artist Adam Hillman sees the artistic potential in all sorts of everyday objects. He carefully arranges them into colorful and geometric patterns and takes their photos. This way, they become irresistible artworks, and you may find it hard to stop looking at them.
Adam is a visual artist, referring to himself as an “Object Arranger.” His portfolio consists of the “usual stuff” in which most of us wouldn’t find too much artistic potential: matches, cotton swabs, pins, toothpicks and crayons, to name a few. He meticulously arranges these objects in all sorts of patterns and turns them into interesting artworks.
Other than everyday items, Adam also often uses food in his artwork. He doesn’t use it as most food photographers, but he adds his own style to the images. Just like all his photos, these are also really aesthetically pleasing.
Take a look at more of Adam’s photos:
I’d call Adam’s images “oddly satisfying,” and I couldn’t stop looking at his Instagram page once I discovered his work. If you like what you’ve seen, make sure to follow him on Instagram. You can also buy prints of these artworks through his online store.