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Imaginative, fun, whimsical, and full of charm are the best ways to describe these latest works from artist Jing Zhang. Her art centers around the idea of an imaginary world, where tiny imaginary people run tiny imaginary factories inside our iPhones, cameras, teapots, televisions and more.
Zhang’s work somewhat doubles as infographics, with each piece showing a bit of information as well. When describing her work, she said: “One thing that really intrigued me in the creation of Imaginary Factories was Ikea furniture manuals. They are just the amazing, beautifully designed pieces of universal instruction.”
We love Zhang’s playful take on the inner workings of today’s technology, and everyday items. It would be fun to see her colorful designs as custom canvas prints! What do you think of her imaginary worlds?
Via Fast Company