Victor Nunes will change the way you look at common-day things. Seriously, what a whimsical imagination he must have. Artist Victor Nunes turns everyday objects into sets of cute and quirky doodles. He launched his Facebook page only 2 weeks ago and it has already amassed over 4,000 followers. Its only message is in Portuguese which translates to “On this page you will find a bunch of little faces and other little things. And with great humor!” in English.

This Artist's Cute Little Creations Will Bring A Smile To Your Face Today

Artist Victor Nunes turns everyday objects into sets of cute and quirky doodles. Its only message is in Portuguese which translates to “On this page you will find a bunch of little faces and other little things. And with great humor!” in English.

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i like about photographs is that they capture a moment gone forever, impossible to Karl Lagerfeld

Love this everyday object art…

Love this everyday object art…

Love this everyday object art…great art class to get kids to use their imagination, creativity and look at everyday objects in a different way. cork bugs and butterflies

watercolor paintings | cool watercolor paintings - group picture, image by tag ...

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Everyday objects and pen sketches…

Everyday objects and pen sketches…

17 Playful Doodles that Incorporate Everyday Objects ... No idea how I'd use this, but too cute not to pin.

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PRINT:  Old Scissors Mixed Media Drawing on Distressed, Dictionary Page

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View With Aldo Behind Me by Jim Dine on artnet. Browse more artworks Jim Dine from Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art.

Jim Dine ‘[no title]’, 1973 from Ten Winter Tools, lithograph on paper © Jim Dine

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