Artist Creates Sculptural Fake Bombs Made from Household Objects and Trash

Undermining the concept of bombs, Greek artist Petros Efstathiadis created a series of sculptural assemblages made from consumer packaging, soap, flowers, light bulbs or sponges. The series titled “Bombs”, reveals how even common everyday objects can appear menacing when we are conditioned to be frightened by terrorism. Via his website, "There was a period of tension and despair in Greek society as the result of the economic crisis – and in a period of global confusion in general – Petros Efstathiadis’ bombs are a powerful and pacific answer to the absurdity we got ourselves into."

Visit Petros Efstathiadis’ website for more info.

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