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‘Shadowologist’ Guy Uses Ordinary Objects to Complete his Artwork

‘Shadowologist’ Guy Uses Ordinary Objects to Complete his Artwork

For most artists, there are those days where we feel that creativity was drained or we say the lack sheer of motivation.

In fact, there are so many hurdles to slow us down, waste our time and distract us when we’re trying to get things done. From the endless temptations for procrastination, to the volume of tasks across different projects to keep track of, it can be overwhelming.

Everyone has their own personal bottlenecks and distractions – whether it’s constant email and social media alerts, annoying noises, or just basic lack of motivation.

But whether you are naturally creative, or have developed your talents through training, it’s just as vital to care for and nurture your creativity.

For instance, this guy from instagram uses ordinary objects we use every day to complete his artwork.

Vincent Bal is a self-proclaimed “Shadowologist” and filmmaker takes his creativity to another level by creating an artwork fitting in shadows of ordinary objects in his drawings.

It’s a fusion of pure talent, shadows, creativity and humor – fantastic.

Take a look at some of his works:

Soccer + Dog

Drawing the curtains

Carmen Miranda impersonator

Lonely Bear

A spoonful of sugar, a forkful of siesta

Plastic aquarium

Skinheadphones

I’ll make them a milkshake they can’t refuse

Just when you thought your glass of water was safe again

Cinematic hairdo

This Guy Uses Ordinary Objects to Complete his Artwork

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