Genius Street Artist Reshaping Common Objects And It’s Hilarious

By Joseph Adeyinka, Green Lemon

The saying that art is endless is actually very true and once an artist considers the world as his/her canvas, there’s virtually no looking back.

This is exactly what a street artist, Tom Bob from New York is presently doing. I bet you that his work will certainly make you his follower on Instagram.

Vandalism is what this artist is using on the street to make something really incredible.

While Tom works in NYC, he has been unleashing his unique ideas in other places as well. Ranging from transforming a pipe into an anteater to making a fire hydrant appear like Princess Lei, Tom’s artistic work is making the city more lively for everyone.
































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Juicy: Genius Street Artist Reshaping Common Objects And It’s Hilarious
Genius Street Artist Reshaping Common Objects And It’s Hilarious
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