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Artist Has Created The Most Frustrating Renditions Of Everyday Products That Will Make You Cringe

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While a lot of art is created to be visually pleasing to the audience, this artist has created pieces that are endlessly frustrating to look at. Designed by Athens based architect, Katerina Kamprani, ‘The Uncomfortable’ is a collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects.

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‘The Uncomfortable started as a twisted sadistic design project,’ describes the collection’s Facebook page. ‘It messed up its creator’s head [and the heads of people she knows]. It exists in sketches and 3D visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It’s a parasite in the world of materialism and design.’

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The collection is aptly named as each piece is uncomfortable just to look at. This inconvenient coffee mug is a perfect example. There’s nothing worse than getting hot coffee all over yourself and with this mug, that reality is almost certain.

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This watering can is endlessly frustrating, pouring from the spout is impossible without having the entire contents spilling everywhere. Not only that, the design makes it look like the watering can is watering itself, but it can’t even do that!

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The collection is aptly named as each piece is uncomfortable just to look at. This inconvenient coffee mug is a perfect example. There’s nothing worse than getting hot coffee all over yourself and with this mug, that reality is almost certain.

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This watering can is endlessly frustrating, pouring from the spout is impossible without having the entire contents spilling everywhere. Not only that, the design makes it look like the watering can is watering itself, but it can’t even do that!

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