Everyday Things That Are Really Tired Of Your Crap – Design You Trust

Everyday Things That Are Really Tired Of Your Crap

We tend to complain about things all the time, but what if it was the other way around? Illustrator Teo Zirinis shows us that your stuff has had enough of your crap and has plenty to complain about too. So you better give them a break!

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