Audi Hires Photographer To Shoot Their $50,000 Car, He Uses $32 Miniature Toy Car Instead

Audi Hires Photographer To Shoot Their ,000 Car, He Uses  Miniature Toy Car Instead

Marketing a car costs big bucks. Unless you hire Felix Hernandez, who doesn’t need an actual car to make the magic happen. Instead, he does it with a $32 toy replica. Continue reading »

Miniature Artist Steve Casino Creates Insanely Tiny Portraits On Peanuts

Miniature Artist Steve Casino Creates Insanely Tiny Portraits On Peanuts

Peanut shells seem like a strange medium for sculpture, but talented miniature artist Steve Casino turns ordinary peanuts into pop culture icons with so much character they could hang out with Mr. Peanut. Artist Steve Casino’s creations are as cool as his name. Made from the entire contents and outer pod of the peanut, Casino’s tiny works of art can take up to 20 hours for him to complete. Continue reading »

Italian Pastry Chef Creates Miniature Worlds With Desserts

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Matteo Stucchi is a pastry chef from Monza, Italy, who builds playful tasty-looking worlds using only desserts and and fills them with little figurines. Continue reading »

Tiny Miniature Crochet Animals By Mohustore

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Who doesn’t love miniature wooly handmade creatures? Especially these ones by Mohustore! Móhu means fuzzy or wooly in Chinese and it’s the perfect name for this Canadian online store that creates mini crochet animals! The cute creatures are sold on Etsy in all kinds of different designs and color. Continue reading »

This Wedding Photographer Turns You Into A Miniature Person

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In Thailand, there’s a wedding photography business that’s attracting quite a bit of attention. It’s called คนตัวเล็ก, which literally translates to “Small Person.” The photographer’s specialty is making couples look like miniature figures living in a giant world. Each of the photographer’s pictures is a composite. After photographing the clients, the couple is cut out of their background and inserted into a small scale scene. A tilt-shift effect is then added to the photo to mimic the shallow depth of field look you get with macro photos. Continue reading »

Meticulous Miniature Handcrafted Meals

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When the sense of detail is pushed to its limits, it gives birth to incredible miniature works such as these diverse meals handcooked by Kimberly Burke and created at a scale of 1:12. On the menu today: chicken, bread, fruits, cake, fried eggs or fajitas. Continue reading »

An Adorable Line of Miniature ‘Bread Cat’ Shaped Resin Toys That Look Good Enough to Eat

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Korean designer Rato Kim has created a really adorable line of catloaf toys that range from the very realistic to the surreal. The toys are crafted from resin and can be easily mixed and matched with other equally adorable toys of Kim’s design. Continue reading »

Miniature Ink Drawings By Christian Watson

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These tiny illustrations are by Christian Watson, illustrator and owner of 1924. Christian posts his own miniature ink drawings (that are often less than a half an inch tall) on his Instagram. Continue reading »

An Artist Creates Superb Miniature Sculptures On A Graphite Pencil

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Jadranko Djordjevic, a self-taught artist, shows his miniature sculpture on a graphite pencil in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Continue reading »

Canadian Artist Creates Miniature Dioramas In An Old Vintage Ring Boxes

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Canadian artist Talws creates miniature dioramas in old vintage ring boxes. The canvas is quite limiting, but that’s doesn’t stop Talwst, who has transformed the tiny boxes into variety of scenes. Some reference pop-culture, other history, and some are just artist’s memories made manifest. Continue reading »

Joe Iurato Builds an Endearing Miniature World with Woodcuts

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Look down. Hiding between sidewalk cracks and under train tracks, you just might find one of the people who inhabit Joe Iurato’s miniature world. The New York-based artist cuts people from wood and photographs them in active positions within cities and landscapes. Continue reading »

3D-Printed Chess Set Turns Each Piece into a Miniature Planter

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The MicroPlanter Chess Set reimagines the classic board game by cleverly combining it with nature. Its creators, XYZ Workshop, were inspired by Bauhaus-style chess pieces and designed them as miniature planters that can each hold a different herb or succulent. This gives every piece its own unique look, as the monochromatic, hard-edged shapes are now offset by soft, green leaves. Continue reading »

Miniature Books Collection Of Jozsef Tari

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Jozsef Tari has been collecting miniature books since 1972, and is now the proud owner of over 4,500 literary works, including the world’s smallest book (2.9 x 3.2 mm). A printer by trade, Tari has always been fascinated by the written word, and in 1972 he began collecting miniature books. Continue reading »

Stephanie Kilgast Creates A Miniature Food Sculptures That Are Adorably Realistic

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Artist Stephanie Kilgast, who also goes by Petit Plat, loves her fruits and veggies. In fact, she loves them so much that she challenged herself to make a tiny model of one fruit, vegetable, or root every day for a year. She catalogues these creations on Tumblr. Continue reading »

Tiny Paper Bookmarks Let You Grow Charming Miniature Worlds In Your Books

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Adding a cute and playful element to the mundane process of bookmarking, these sticky paper tabs let you create little landscapes and scenes on top of you books, ideal for research, study and quick reference to your favourite pages. Continue reading »

Miniature Cage-like Balconies Attached to a Building

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For the Lodz 4 Cultures Festival, artist Isaac Cordal cages in little balconies miniature characters on a building’s facade in Lodz, Poland. Entitled “Sasiedzi” (“neighbors”), this artwork shows isolated protagonists demonstrating the idea of being together but alone and without any communication because of new technologies. Some figurines hold a mobile phone, head down to the screen, or call someone in order to show that they communicate elsewhere, through smartphones instead of the current moment. Continue reading »

Miniature Architecture by Takanori Aiba

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The Japanese art of raising bonsai trees is a beautiful way to infuse greenery into indoor spaces. But artist Takanori Aiba takes the art to a new level with his incredibly intricate series of bonsai castles. The Japanese artist carves miniature masterpieces that weave in and out of the miniature trees, creating cohesive architectural marvels that burst forth with life! Continue reading »

Miniature Donkeys Are The Best Friend Anyone Ever Had

Miniature Donkeys Are The Best Friend Anyone Ever Had
15-month-old Jack Johnston gets caught up in a cuddle sandwich with micro miniature donkeys called ‘Snuggle Pot’ and ‘Livingstone’ at Amelia Rise Donkeys. (David Caird / Newspix / Rex USA)
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Miniature Gardens of Steve Wheen

Miniature Gardens of Steve Wheen
It reminds me a street art. Londoner Steve Wheen brings greenery and miniature scenes to the streets of East London in his ‘the pot hole gardener’ project and it looks fantastic! Continue reading »

Metropolis II: Artist Creates Futuristic Miniature City in LA

Metropolis II: Artist Creates Futuristic Miniature City in LA

Volunteer Alison Walker watches miniature cars move along the elevated freeway at Chris Burden’s large-scale kinetic sculpture, Metropolis II, during the media preview at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) in Los Angeles, California January 11, 2012. The sculpture, modeled after a fast-paced futuristic city with 1,100 miniature cars running through an elaborate system of roadway tracks at a scale speed of about 240 miles per hour (386 kph), is meant to evoke the energy of a city. The exhibit opens to the public January 14. (REUTERS/David McNew) Continue reading »

Chinese Inventor Tests Miniature Submarine

Chinese Inventor Tests Miniature Submarine

A worker polishes the surface of an unfinished miniature submarine at a workshop of Zhang Wuyi, a local farmer who is interested in scientific inventions, in Qingling village, on the outskirts of Wuhan, capital of central China’s Hubei province. Zhang has successfully tested his self-made miniature submarine “Shuguang Hao”, which is 12 feet long, 6 feet high, has a maximum diving depth of 65 feet, can travel at a speed of 20 km per hour for 10 hours underwater and is shaped as a dolphin. “I hope to sell my submarine as a civil product with the price of about 100,000 yuan ($15,670) after safety tests, and a merchant has decided to order one in this month”, Zhang said. (Jason Lee / Reuters) Continue reading »