How did this trend begin? Am I the only one that doesn't fully understand this art? What does mail have to do with your home? Are mailboxes seen as architectural pieces? A mailbox houses mail. A home houses humans, animals and any other living thing. So mail = living beings? Your are your mail (I hope this is not the case, cause most of our mail consists of bills and junk)?
Why aren't other things designed as replicas of your house as well? I don't see trash cans that look like houses. Or tool sheds. Or planting pots. Or garden hose holders. Or anything else that holds things outside your home.
I see this trend with condiments as well, particularly mustard and ketcup.
- Grilling with ketchup and mustard?
But these condiments go on your food after it's off the grill...
- Grilling the actual condiments?
But condiments accompany actual food...
- Condiment picnic?
But things sit on top of picnic tables. Nothing is ever built in...
Did I OD on crazy pills? What am I missing here?