Meet Diego Cusano, The Italian Artist Who Sees Daily Objects Differently

For drawing fans on Instagram, Diego Cusano‘s account is an incredible source of inspiration. The illustrator takes every day objects and creates fun draws of animals and daily life situations that he shares on Instagram for a guaranted viral effect. A smart way of showing graphic art on social networks.

“I’ve always been a creative person”, he says. “I started playing the piano when I was four years old – music and drawing have always been my passions. Yet I don’t consider myself an artist, that’s too heavy a word. Nowadays, anyone can be an artist. No, I’m more of a ‘fantasy researcher’: every day I get up and look for an object and think of how to represent it in my own way, outside of reality and its constraints. Everything is a question mark, I don’t want to be living a routine.”

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