‘Improbabilita’: Wacky art of unusable items

An artist has created series of wacky images turning everyday items into hilarious and all but impossible to use objects. Giuseppe Colarusso, 49, fashioned the unique work to make people question the functionality of the likes of cutlery, garden tools and office equipment. The set of playful pictures, entitled ‘Improbabilita’, makes some items impossible to use, others improbable and some given a completely new function altogether. From a dice with no spots, to a ping pong paddle with a hole in it, the items have all been given a quirky twist. (Caters News)

An orange with a faucet.
Wacky art of unusable items
An orange with a faucet.
A hammer with an electric plug.
Wacky art of unusable items
A hammer with an electric plug.
A rearview mirror with no mirror.
Wacky art of unusable items
A rearview mirror with no mirror.
A squared rolling pin.
Wacky art of unusable items
A squared rolling pin.
A keyboard with nonsensical characters.
Wacky art of unusable items
A keyboard with nonsensical characters.
A ping pong paddle with a hole in it.
Wacky art of unusable items
A ping pong paddle with a hole in it.
Cuttlery with rope handles.
Wacky art of unusable items
Cuttlery with rope handles.
A scissors paper chain.
Wacky art of unusable items
A scissors paper chain.
Dice with no dots.
Wacky art of unusable items
Dice with no dots.
A spray paint can with color adjustments.
Wacky art of unusable items
A spray paint can with color adjustments.
Beer mugs joined with one handle.
Wacky art of unusable items
Beer mugs joined with one handle.
Sunglasses for the "center" eye.
Wacky art of unusable items
Sunglasses for the "center" eye.

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