Victor Nunes is a 64 year old retired art director from São Paulo, Brazil, and
his peculiarity is the ability to turn little and discarded objects of daily use
into little characters, capable of showing emotions and telling a story.
With the help of a pen or a pencil, he gives shape and meaning to curls of
salad, scissors, candy wrappers and more.
This form of art is called 'Pareidolia' and is a psychic process that transforms
casual shapes into reasonable shapes like faces, animals and figures.
This process lets the unconscious take control and make us see something
that wouldn't be there with a more rational glance.
Victor’s illustrations invite us to look at the world in a different way,
searching the beauty in everyday objects that surround us.
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