When we are small, we imagine very often our stuffed animals come to life. We even talk to them, cuddle them, tell them secrets ... What if it was rather those objects around us that hid heavy secrets? That's what imagine Sean Charmatz, an artist, screenwriter and director of American storyboards from San Diego. Armed with his imagination, the young man gives life to all kinds of everyday objects.
He stages fruits, pens and other paper clips, adds eyes (sometimes teeth) and draws arms and legs to bring more realism at its final creation. Thus, objects have identical reactions to real human beings, even if some staging are pretty crazy ... Since 2012, Sean Charmatz has a YouTube channel on which he shares hisexplorations"With more than 260,000 subscribers. On his Instagram account, he has developed an important reputation with more than 873,000 followers today. Long-term work and creations that make us smile at Creapills!
And if you like these artists who give life to all kinds of objects or characters, we propose to (re) discover the illustrator Kemo who plays with the lines of notebooks to give life to Disney characters or the artist Helga Stentzel who diverts food to give life to adorable and unusual characters.
Imagined by: Sean Charmatz