• Submission Sunday
  • Posted 21 months ago by staff · Art & Design · 6592 Views
  • "X marks the spot" is an ongoing series by Hungarian-born photographer Csilla Klenyanszki which finds the hidden possibilities related to form and function. Speaking about the series, Klenyanszki says:

    "My inspiration is my house and my environment (it’s a kind of a kitchen chemistry), that becomes a playground. I like to work with common objects and discover their possibilities, give a new function for them. I try to play with the borders of the nonsense; something that looks foolish at the first place can always find its right place at the end."

    www.klenyanszki.com

    To submit your work email us 4-6 jpeg examples of your work (660 px width) and a link to contactus@huhmagazine.co.uk, or join our Flickr group.

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