Everyday Objects Come Alive – Part 2 (20 pics)

Terry Border is a creative genius. Taking everyday objects, he adds bended wires to create satirical masterpieces.

When we asked where gets his ideas, he replied, “Basically, I get ideas for photographs when everyday objects remind me of something else. Then I try to think about how I can show others the connection I made. The next step – I try really hard to take it one step further – add humor, emotion of some kind, maybe an ‘aha’ moment.”

“Then again, sometimes an idea just pops into my head. That makes me happy.”


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