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.
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  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Hard times.
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  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

    Ruler.
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    Pringles duck.
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    USB drive.
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  • Humorous Instagrams of everyday objects

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

    Cyclops.
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    Karate chop.
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    Tight squeeze.
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    Real life fruit ninja.
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    Leonardo.
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    Raphael.
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    Donatello.
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    Michelangelo.
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    The fly from Karate Kid.
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