New Highlights from Artist Tatsuya Tanaka’s Daily Miniature Photo Project

Japanese art director Tatsuya Tanaka (previously) continues to entertain us with his ongoing miniature photo project, now stretching into its fifth year. Tanaka uses office supplies, food, and other found objects that he utilizes as set pieces or backdrops for miniature inhabitants. You would think his desire to continue the…

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Miniature Treehouse Sculptures Built Around Houseplants by Jedediah Voltz

LA-based artist Jedediah Corwyn Voltz constructs miniature treehouses wrapped around common houseplants or bonsai trees in his new sculptural series titled Somewhere Small. Voltz relies on over a decade of commercial prop making for film and other projects to craft each structure from scratch using small bits of wood, silk…

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An Historically Accurate 19th Century Photo Studio Built in 1:12 Scale

All images via Ali Alamedy Turkey-based artist Ali Alamedy had been building miniature sets for seven years when he came across documentation of Charles Miner‘s photography studio from the early 1900s. Inspired by the way sunlight was used to illuminate studio sets, Alamedy decided to build his own version in…

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A Short Film Detailing the Miniature Replication of Nix + Gerber’s Post-Apocalyptic Studio

“Library” (2007), all images via The Drawing Room Since 2005, artist Lori Nix and partner Kathleen Gerber have been producing dioramas that depict post-apocalyptic environments, everyday scenes that give the audience a glimpse of their world once nature has been left to take over. Nearly everything within the scenes is…

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A Miniature Landscape of Elephants Carved From the Tip of a Pencil by Cindy Chinn

Artist Cindy Chinn (previously) recently created a commissioned work for the California-based Epiphany Elephant Museum, a miniature graphite carving of a family of elephants. The piece, titled “Elephant Walk,” features the animals on the tip of a carpenter’s pencil alongside trees that are dotted to imitate foliage. To accurately carve the minuscule…

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A Miniature Landscape of Elephants Carved From the Tip of a Pencil by Cindy Chinn

Artist Cindy Chinn (previously) recently created a commissioned work for the California-based Epiphany Elephant Museum, a miniature graphite carving of a family of elephants. The piece, titled “Elephant Walk,” features the animals on the tip of a carpenter’s pencil alongside trees that are dotted to imitate foliage. To accurately carve the minuscule…

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