Amsterdam-based art director and designer Rosa de Jong creates tiny sculptures featuring miniature worlds in vertical glass tubes for the ongoing project ‘Micro Matter‘. The artworks are made from a combination of cardboard and natural objects, such as small rocks and tree bark. In a statement about her work, the designer says: “The most important thing […]
British artist Jenny Ayrton creates tiny wonderlands of everyday life in molten glass blocks. Most of the scenes feature cozy home life and are influenced by Ayrton’s surroundings.
At first glance, these rooms appear as normal, everyday places. Only there is no way to live there unless you are a … really really small… All these are part of the Musée Miniature et Cinéma in Lyon, France, a five-story museum that contains over 100 hyperreal miniature film sets. Created by miniaturist artist Dan Ohlmann, […]
Artist Kendra Haste uses the ubiquitous galvanized wire and transforms it into life-like sculptures of wild animals. What interests me most about studying animals is identifying the spirit and character of the individual creatures. I try to create a sense of the living, breathing subject in a static 3D form, attempting to convey the emotional essence without […]
After Fairy Sculptures we proudly present new wire masterpiece of Byeong Doo Moon. His beautiful deer and majestic peacock are part of the Sculpture by the Sea 2014 project.
Leaf Beasts is an original project designed by the very talented artist Baku Maeda. This time he decided to take a close look at the autumn leaves, taking advantege of their natural curves and shape. As a result he managed to present an amazing set of peculiar animals. Again, Maeda managed to show the beauty of […]