Domestic Dioramas Hidden Inside Paper Sculptures of Electronics

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Designer and illustrator Kevin LCK’s monochromatic paper sculptures of electronics would be cool enough on their own, but what elevates the works to objects of wonder is what’s inside them. Part of a series called Object, which is itself a facet of LCK’s larger Ordinary Behavior project, the pieces nest remarkably normal, uninhabited domestic scenes within the gadgets they might contain: a television showcases a living room, a kitchen table spins in a microwave, and — in a bit of sly humor — a toilet rises out of a smartphone. Instead of a portal to the outside world, then, these technological relics become mirrors of the environments where they’re typically found. Click through to see some highlights from Object, discovered via Beautiful/Decay, and visit LCK’s website for more of his work.

Image credit: Kevin LCK

Image credit: Kevin LCK

Image credit: Kevin LCK

Image credit: Kevin LCK

Image credit: Kevin LCK

Image credit: Kevin LCK

Image credit: Kevin LCK

Image credit: Kevin LCK

Image credit: Kevin LCK

Image credit: Kevin LCK