They Live by http://ichbinkong.de/
28-year-old artist Timm Schneider brings life to the town of Weisbaden, Germany by putting googly eyes on everyday objects on the street. He calls the series They Live and his technique is very simple. He creates eyeballs using either ping-pong balls or styrofoam balls and strategically places them on otherwise boring and overlooked objects such as toilets, poles and garbage bins.
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They Live by http://ichbinkong.de/
28-year-old artist Timm Schneider brings life to the town of Weisbaden, Germany by putting googly eyes on everyday objects on the street. He calls the series They Live and his technique is very simple. He creates eyeballs using either ping-pong balls or styrofoam balls and strategically places them on otherwise boring and overlooked objects such as toilets, poles and garbage bins.
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They Live by http://ichbinkong.de/
28-year-old artist Timm Schneider brings life to the town of Weisbaden, Germany by putting googly eyes on everyday objects on the street. He calls the series They Live and his technique is very simple. He creates eyeballs using either ping-pong balls or styrofoam balls and strategically places them on otherwise boring and overlooked objects such as toilets, poles and garbage bins.
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They Live by http://ichbinkong.de/
28-year-old artist Timm Schneider brings life to the town of Weisbaden, Germany by putting googly eyes on everyday objects on the street. He calls the series They Live and his technique is very simple. He creates eyeballs using either ping-pong balls or styrofoam balls and strategically places them on otherwise boring and overlooked objects such as toilets, poles and garbage bins.
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They Live by http://ichbinkong.de/
28-year-old artist Timm Schneider brings life to the town of Weisbaden, Germany by putting googly eyes on everyday objects on the street. He calls the series They Live and his technique is very simple. He creates eyeballs using either ping-pong balls or styrofoam balls and strategically places them on otherwise boring and overlooked objects such as toilets, poles and garbage bins.
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They Live by http://ichbinkong.de/

28-year-old artist Timm Schneider brings life to the town of Weisbaden, Germany by putting googly eyes on everyday objects on the street. He calls the series They Live and his technique is very simple. He creates eyeballs using either ping-pong balls or styrofoam balls and strategically places them on otherwise boring and overlooked objects such as toilets, poles and garbage bins.