Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Chicago Graphic Designer Alex Solis displays a skillful sense of humor on his Instagram account. He takes everyday objects and nimbly embellishes them to create whimsical works of art along with visual puns, like spoons spooning.
    Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Napkin Nap.
    Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Hard times.
    Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Ruler.
    Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Pringles duck.
    Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    USB drive.
    Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Happy 4th of July everyone!
    Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Cyclops.
    Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Karate chop.
    Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Tight squeeze.
    Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Real life fruit ninja.
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  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Leonardo.
    Alex Solis
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    Raphael.
    Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Donatello.
    Alex Solis
  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Michelangelo.
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  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    The fly from Karate Kid.
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