If These Street Objects Could Talk

February 27th 2012 | Now Trending

Dutch illustrator Tineke Meirink has an unusual hobby. She enjoys revealing the artistic potential of everyday objects and animating them with life beyond their apparent muteness . If you never saw a dog in your front door keyhole or identified a water pump for the humanoid it was, Meirink’s images will tickle your imagination and inspire you with fresh ideas. This is a collection of Meirink’s remarkable work as seen on her blog, Stop:Watch.

Meirink is also an exceptional children’s books illustrator who illustrates mostly on paper using a pencil and a brush. You’re welcome to see her portfolio here and look into her latest work (“Nieuw werk” in Dutch).

 

"Baboon" by Tineke Meirink

"Baboon" by Tineke Meirink

 

"Daydreaming" by Tineke Meirink

"Daydreaming" by Tineke Meirink

"Johnny Pump" by Tineke Meirink

"Johnny Pump" by Tineke Meirink

"Bad Luck" by Tineke Meirink

"Bad Luck" by Tineke Meirink

"Peep" by Tineke Meirink

"Peep" by Tineke Meirink

"Kimono" by Tineke Meirink

"Kimono" by Tineke Meirink

"Hiding" by Tineke Meirink

"Hiding" by Tineke Meirink

"Mrs.Tissue" by Tineke Meirink

"Mrs.Tissue" by Tineke Meirink

"Mr. Fungus" by Tineke Meirink

"Mr. Fungus" by Tineke Meirink

"Road Block" by Tineke Meirink

"Road Block" by Tineke Meirink

 


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