Bulgarian Street Artist Brings Life To Broken Streets With Funky Googly Eyes – Design You Trust

Bulgarian Street Artist Brings Life To Broken Streets With Funky Googly Eyes

Googly eyes are pretty awesome. There’s something about the crude, cartoonish depiction of an eye that adds life to everything they’re put on. One Bulgarian street artist, Vanyu Krastev, takes a very simple approach to his work: He takes something he comes across—usually something that’s broken down in an urban environment—and humanizes it by sticking a pair of eyes on it.

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