Putting Googly Eyes On Broken Things Makes Them Seem Whole Again In The Strangest Of Ways

You may or may not be familiar with the act of ‘eyebombing’. It’s pretty easy to guess what the practice involves based on its name but we’ll lay it out for you anyway! Eyebombing is when you stick googly eyes on anything of your choosing with the purpose of making other people smile. The trend is occurring all over the world but today we’re going to focus on Bulgaria.

A street artist called Vanyu Krastev has been creating some rather eye catching works! Take a look below to see some examples, it really is amazing how much of a difference putting googly eyes on broken things makes! 

googly eyes on broken things window

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googly eyes on broken things vent

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googly eyes on broken things tree

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googly eyes on broken things tree stump

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What are googly eyes?

The googly eyes used are available in a range of sizes from 4.8mm to over 76mm! They are commonly made from a hard, transparent shell made from plastic. 

googly eyes on broken things trash can

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googly eyes on broken things stone thing

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Inside, the shell holds a black disk that can move freely within its casing.

googly eyes on broken things stepping stones

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googly eyes on broken things splatter on floor

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You can get them in a variety of colors and as these images prove, they are great for giving any object a personality!

googly eyes on broken things post

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googly eyes on broken things pole

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To sum things up, googly eyes are great!

googly eyes on broken things pipe

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googly eyes on broken things pair

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However, don’t just take our word for it, keep going to see more awesome examples of googly eyes on broken things! 

googly eyes on broken things large pole

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googly eyes on broken things hole in floor

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‘About The Initiative’

Eyebombing allows us to look at the world around us in a different light. The website dedicated to eyebombing wants to achieve mass placement of googly eyes in the hopes of bringing a smile to the faces of people who feel stuck in a boring everyday life.

googly eyes on broken things face on post

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googly eyes on broken things door

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Furthermore, they explain that ‘what distinguishes eyebombing from other art forms of street art is that here it does not have the ego of the artist seeking expression and reputation’.

googly eyes on broken things cirle pillar

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googly eyes on broken things cartoon

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In conclusion, this is one trend and art form that we really love! It’s crazy how the act of putting googly eyes on broken things can really bring joy to so many people. 

googly eyes on broken things bucket

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googly eyes on broken things bottom of pipe

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