"Eyebombing' is the latest craze that is taking the world, as well as social media by storm and giving mundane everyday objects a new life. What it (eyebombing) is exactly, is the 'art' of sticking googly eye stickers on basically anything you can imagine, in order to make a face out of it; especially a smiley face! In a world full of chaos and serious issues, it is a refreshing and welcome little distraction for all those who are lucky enough to get to witness this art form in everyday life (especially on the streets of cities).
In Bulgaria a street artist by the name of Vanyu Krastev has taken this craze a little further by not only creating eyebomb faces out of ordinary everyday objects, but broken ones (objects) to boot! His (Vanyu's) imagination is so colorful that the creations he produces are simply awe-inspiring to say the least!
View onwards for picture examples of his (Vanyu Krastev's) amazing work.
Please note that I in no way, means or form try and claim any credit for the photobomb images used in this article. I acknowledge the fact that the artworks as well as the photographs of the said artworks are the sole property of Mr. Vanyu Krastev, a renowned street artist from Bulgaria.
Above we have a broken sidewalk concrete ball which with the simple addition of googly eyes, has been transformed into a face with a rather surprised expression.
In the image above we can see a drooling face made out of a rain gutter downspout.
Meet George, the happy concrete trashcan above.
The pole featured above has a rather expressive face wouldn't you say?
Hello, I am Mr. Rusty, and I am a very confused looking rusty pole.
Doesn't the trashcan above look really happy? Wonder if he knows something we don't...
Above we have a splat of water that was turned into what looks to be a frog, with the simple addition of two googly eyes. Such a pity it had to dry up.
The payer bricks above have rather somber expressions I'd say.
the image above gives the message that not everything in life with a hole is meant to be a trashcan. Well to me it does anyway. Just look at the perturbed looked on the poor pole's face.
The pole above seems rather 'wowed' by something!
You can just see the wisdom on the face of the tree above.
I cannot decide if the tree above is looking shocked or horrified!
The concerned expression on the face of the container featured above is priceless!
Above we have a very wise old pot; Mr. Blue Potts to be exact.
(Source of images and copyright: Eyebombing Bulgaria - Vanyu Krastev)