Artist Transforms Everyday Objects Into Fantastic Creations


If you have a creative mind, you can find magic and utility in everything. Nothing is boring or useless, there is beauty in everything. That’s what makes artists so special. They’re not limited by any boundaries. The whole world is their canvas. Sometimes they’re understood during their lifetime, other times they get recognized after they pass on. A few never get credit for their work. But their work lives on, and it often outlives them.

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Benedetto Bufalino is a French artist based in Paris who recycles everyday objects and creates entirely new products out of them. Talk about thinking out of the box.

In this post we have listed up some of our favorite photos from his Instagram account. You can learn more about him on the following links: Website | Instagram | Facebook. Scroll on and enjoy peeps:

  1. 1 Greenery got wheels


  2. 2 This is still more useful than driving it


  3. 3 Mind cutting down some extra feet?


  4. 4 Check out my portable pizza oven


  5. 5 Ever seen this hybrid of football?


  6. 6 When you wrong park and come back an hour later


  7. 7 Waiting for the storm


  8. 8 The crime rate must be very low in this area


  9. 9 Hello, 911. There's flooding in here.


  10. 10 The Limo park


  11. 11 Beach day has never been more fun


  12. 12 Supporting the rainbow movement


  13. 13 Can you spot Nemo?


  14. 14 Best place for a car date


  15. 15 My family's portable pool ride


  16. 16 The painter didn't do a very good job with this one


  17. 17 But how do you play this sport?


  18. 18 I've got the disco light. Let the party begin!


  19. 19 Don't need no beach when we've got our aqua chilling


  20. 20 Long tennis, very long tennis...



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