Quirky Illustrations by Christoph Niemann Reinterpret Household Objects in Clever Contexts
5 monthes ago - By Colossal
All images © Christoph Niemann, shared with permission
For Christoph Niemann , all it takes is a halved apple or pliers lying around his studio to spur a quirky drawing featuring the random object. The illustrator is known for his Sunday Sketches, a weekly drawing series, that play with scale and position. Imbued with humor, the cleverly arranged compositions turn a red pencil into a megaphone or a splayed book into a cat's whiskers.
Although Niemann usually lives in New York for part of the year, he's been working from his studio in Berlin since the onset of the pandemic. “I'm spending a...
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