Pavlína Jandová

Pavlína Jandová

Pavlína Jandová
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Yes..they never do..he never did..u keep waiting..for them to chase u once...for him to tell u once that he needs u like u need him..but he won't..he can't..thats what kills u..

u keep waiting.for them to chase u once.for him to tell u once that he needs u like u need him.but he wont.he cant.thats what kills u.

The Uncomfortable is a series of impractical household objects by Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani. The infuriating works play off of common dishware, cutlery, and watering cans, making the task each is typically assigned either impossible or extremely difficult. Every object is created from

“The Uncomfortable” is a collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects by Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani.

Deliberately Inconvenient Everyday Objects. Katerina Kamprani. twistedsifter.com

Deliberately Inconvenient Everyday Objects. Katerina Kamprani. twistedsifter.com

If you have OCDs, please step back. In her series named “The Uncomfortable”  Greek artist Katerina Kamprani deflects everyday-objets from their primary function. And the simple fact of observing them is cringeworthy. It creates an internal discomfort, where interrogation and a certain kind of annoyance are mixing. From the watering can to the utensils, the artist shows no mercy.

“The Uncomfortable” is a collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects by Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani. While most of product designers are often trying to make objects as useful as possible, Kamprani.