According to Péter Csákvári: “I’ve spent 5 years creating this project called “Tiny Wasteland.” The series features miniature figures placed next to everyday objects in order to create the illusion of microscopic worlds. Usually, I use food and trash in my setups and try to reflect on our world’s issues, so I magnify these problems in the pictures. Continue reading »
Models of Russian military marauders will be sold at an auction in support of Ukraine. Lithuanian modeler Tomas Upskas announced the end of his composition “Brothers in Arms”. Continue reading »
Hong Kong-based photographer Ric Tse creates creative miniature landmarks on his dining table using household items. Ric started creating miniature landmarks on his dining table after the outbreak of coronavirus. Continue reading »
According to Marie Cohydon: “I have always created art in my childhood, however, my passion grew even more in my adolescene. I am a self-taught artist. I started sculpting 13 years ago and what interests me the most is the focus on tiny things because under my microsope the outside world disappears. I do not even see my fingers! Tools such as sewing or acupuncture needles become giant objects. Continue reading »
A budding artist has spent 100 hours per month building miniature pubs and shops from across the country.
Bunty Marshall has an incredible eye for detail, crafting lifelike replicas of pubs, cafes, churches and landmarks which hold a special meaning for each of her clients. Continue reading »
Perm based Russian designer Sergei Pakhomov creates very original sculptures of macaroni – mill cars, helicopters, motorbikes, and other means of transport. Made from pasta, spaghetti, lasagna, and rigatoni, his sculptures attract attention of internet users. Continue reading »
We tend to stereotype dioramas as two shoebox lids crudely rubber-cemented today, but these miniature scenes here transcend base macaroni art. Continue reading »
Jared Middleton (AKA Sirdork) is a toy photographer who brings miniature scenes to life using practical effects. His photos are created by carefully setting up scenes with action figures and then adding in things like water, snow, dirt, and sparklers to complete the look. Continue reading »
Bethany Bickley is a creative problem solver who brings words and visuals together to tell a story with impact and purpose. “If there are no visuals, I create them”, she says in a statement. In her pieces, paper figures and objects are coming to life. Some of her works make us feel like we assist in a scene of a book’s secret life, where discussions are animated and life blossoming through the paper. Continue reading »
Mini-masks about the size of a rice grain are made of a special high-density medical fabric with a built-in air filter. Continue reading »
A Singaporean student has gained an international following on social media for her macabre sculptures of body parts, including a pie with little hearts for filling, tiny baby faces in pistachio nut shells and miniature brains. Continue reading »
Today we’re going to take a fantastic look behind the scenes from the Weta Workshop team and how they created the amazing miniatures from Blade Runner 2049 neo-noir sci-fi film directed by Denis Villeneuve. Continue reading »
Karon Cunningham, owner of a miniatures shop in Bath, uses the doll’s house, below, to showcase some of her wares – each with an amazing attention to detail and period design.
Twelve rooms, illuminated by tiny LED strip lights in Karon Cunningham’s show cabinet in her Bath shop, show the various ways miniatures can be displayed. Continue reading »
Located in the heart of the Renaissance district in Old Lyon, France, this unique museum displays miniature scenes and models, many of which have been used as film sets. The museum was found by Dan Ohlmann, the miniaturist, and houses many of his miniature artwork he did for films (i.e. The Fifth Element). Continue reading »