This Artist Turns Everyday Objects Into Surreal Pop Art Photo Collages – Design You Trust

This Artist Turns Everyday Objects Into Surreal Pop Art Photo Collages

Paul Fuentes is a talented graphic designer, photographer and surrealist artist based in Mexico City, who enjoys staging everyday objects into surreal and colorful compositions creating pop mashups. By combining two elements into one, his mash-up is a fun mixture of pop art and surrealism in vibrant colors.

More info: Paul Fuentes, Instagram, Facebook (h/t: photogrist)

“I use common objects, food, paint, water and ink with pastel colours background to give live to my creamy minimal pop art and sometimes useless creations,” Paul says.

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