e've done galleries before of "faces" that we see appear in everyday items. Well, one street artist isn't just seeing faces — he's seeing entire stories.
Then he's illustrating them, so that every passerby can enjoy his wonderful imagination and talents.
It's human nature to take your surroundings for granted.
But if you stop to study what’s around you, a new perspective emerges. Some people can see a whole new world.
Street artist Tom Bob seems to have that gift and talent the talent to bring it to life.
He’s making the most out of it with these sometimes-simple, sometimes-complex creations.
This is a simple one:
I mean, what do YOU see here?
Chances are you’re not seeing anything TOO extraordinary.
You're just not looking at things the way Tom Bob is.
A random water pipe becomes an elephant.
As you can see from this pic his style veers towards the cartoony, which is a departure from much of the edgy fare street artists often create for the sake of credibility and “coolness.”
Animals are a popular theme.
A water main gets turned into something a lot more engaging for passersby. And while NYC residents may see lots of pipes, a creation like this stands out and enriches their day for sure.