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Colorful, invasive, slimy … With his little monsters, Andrew Rae envisions the smartphone as a portal between the virtual and the real, from which unknown life forms escape. To create his series entitled “Phone Buddies”, the London-based illustrator combined his talent with that of photographer Ruskin Kyle in order to anchor his creations in reality. The latter immortalized passers-by in the streets of London who kept their eyes glued to the screen of their smartphone, before Andrew Rae added his monsters to the images. Pop and colorful, their collaboration invites us to reflect on the link we have with our screens.

Colorful, invasive, slimy … With his little monsters, Andrew Rae envisions the smartphone as a portal between the virtual and the real, from which unknown life forms escape. To create his series entitled “Phone Buddies”, the London-based illustrator combined his talent with that of photographer Ruskin Kyle in order to anchor his creations in reality. The latter immortalized passers-by in the streets of London who kept their eyes glued to the screen of their smartphone, before Andrew Rae added his monsters to the images. Pop and colorful, their collaboration invites us to reflect on the link we have with our screens.

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Lo managed to make it hers for $28 million. As the Bronx native acquires a new home in California, she is trying to sell a gated compound in the Golden State. The 17,000 square-foot Hidden Hills property with mountain views boasts nine bedrooms, including a master suite with private terrace and an entertainment wing, which includes a 20-seat theater, dance studio.

Colorful, invasive, slimy … With his little monsters, Andrew Rae envisions the smartphone as a portal between the virtual and the real, from which unknown life forms escape. To create his series entitled “Phone Buddies”, the London-based illustrator combined his talent with that of photographer Ruskin Kyle in order to anchor his creations in reality. The latter immortalized passers-by in the streets of London who kept their eyes glued to the screen of their smartphone, before Andrew Rae added his monsters to the images.

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Colorful, invasive, slimy … With his little monsters, Andrew Rae envisions the smartphone as a portal between the virtual and the real, from which unknown life forms escape. To create his series entitled “Phone Buddies”, the London-based illustrator combined his talent with that of photographer Ruskin Kyle in order to anchor his creations in reality. The latter immortalized passers-by in the streets of London who kept their eyes glued to the screen of their smartphone, before Andrew Rae added his monsters to the images. Pop and colorful, their collaboration invites us to reflect on the link we have with our screens.