Street Artist Changed Ordinary Landscapes Into A Playful Universe Filled With A Brilliant Cast Of Characters

People pass by ordinary objects on the street daily without noticing them, that’s why this street artist decided to transform them and give these objects the attention they deserve.

A parking lot is more than just a concrete slab in the eyes of artist Tom Bob. This extended form is to him, a French fry just waiting to be realized. He changes this and other neglected pieces of the urban landscape into colorful characters and objects much to the joy of passers-by.

Tom Bob's clever street art is all about seeing the possibilities in a space whether it's a manhole cover, pipes, or a wall of hoses. Each of these mundane pieces has the makings of something amazing. Tom Bob unlocks their inner potential allowing us to recognize them for what they truly are: a pizza, a worm, and a swashbuckling pirate.

The artist's creations are centered on delight. “My goal is to transform street objects into fun whimsical characters” Tom Bob said, “creating the emotion of happiness and wonder.” This is obvious not only in the colors Tom Bob chooses but also in the way he thinks. You can't help but be delighted by his vision for a more playful and joyous world when you see how he recognized a blue pipe (that matches the wall, supposed to be camouflaged) might form a wonderful anteater snout.

Take a look at some of Tom Bob's most recent works by scrolling down. Then, to see what he's up to next follow him on Instagram.

Tom Bob is a cool street artist who converts ordinary elements of the urban landscape into vibrant characters.

Tom Bob: Instagram

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