Art Pieces Created By Helga Stentzel Will Play With Your Mind

Laundry hanging from a clothesline, autumn leaves, bread, and spaghetti can all be turned into art. How you might wonder? Well, have a sneak peek into Helga Stentzel’s work.

The Russian artist, currently based in the capital of the United Kingdom, describes her artwork as “household surrealism”. She says that it’s “all about finding magic in the mundane, seeing beauty in imperfections and connecting to our reality in a new way.”

“I love noticing playful similarities, be it a sweater on a clothing line looking like a horse or a slice of bread resembling a dog’s head. It’s only the starting point, though,” she explains in a statement on her website.

Besides seeing fun characters in objects, which is amazing, Stentzel is also into illustrations, taking professional photographs, and is obsessed with stop motion animation. She’s widely popular on social media, with an Instagram profile consisting of over 185,000 followers.

“I hope that my art will help people to connect with their inner child and rediscover the joy of savoring little visual delights in and outside their homes,” she added.

If you want to see something different, check her out! Don’t forget to follow, like, and leave a nice comment on her page. Which creation is your favorite?