Last year, Berlin-based illustrator Christoph Niemann started posting weekly sketches based around everyday objects on his Instagram page.
“On weekends I just doodle for the fun of it,” he says. “The idea for the series happened organically: because I always have a messy desk there was all this stuff that shouldn’t be there, so I started drawing around that. Now I pick an object that doesn’t immediately invite any kind of connection – the weirder the better – and then I stare at it until some kind of image appears.”
Check out more of Christoph’s illustrations on his website: http://www.christophniemann.com
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