Artist Brings Everyday Objects To Life Without Photoshop, Just Using Smartphone – Design You Trust

Artist Brings Everyday Objects To Life Without Photoshop, Just Using Smartphone

According to Yahav Draizin: “My name is Yahav Draizin, and I work in advertising. I’m constantly looking for inspiration. Using my phone, I match images from popular culture and beyond to places, people, and objects to bring them to life, but with a fun twist. All photos are taken in real locations using two smartphones and no Photoshop or editing.”

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