"Tiny Worlds" is a trilogy of short films with a humorous take on what might happen to the litter and rubbish on London's streets when we're not looking.
These miniature sculptures are the work of artist Isaac Cordal who is form London. They are all made from cement and are about 10 inches tall. They can be seen in many European cities such as Berlin, Barcelona, and London in different positions and locations. The figures represent how man becomes one with the city nearly like camouflage.
These incredible miniature motorcycles were carved out of wood by Ukrainian artist Vyacheslav Voronovich. They are carved to a 1:12 scale and are amazingly detailed with such items as disc brakes, turn signals, gear shifters, rear view mirrors, and handlebars. They are carved out of pine, oak, and beech.
Do you remember our Yummy-Yummy Food post about miniature meals designed for a doll house? This time we have amazing sculptures by American artist Kim Burke. She is creating mouthwatering miniature treats out of polymer clay, and they look absolutely delicious.
This is a hair weave work by Chinese Zhang Dexuan, 66. He’s weaving portraits on hair, a technique invented by his grandmother. Zhang learned the skill in 2 years and accomplished his first portrait before he turned 30. He normally makes miniature portraits, working with magnifier.
The only sad thing about it is as he doesn’t have a descendant to transmit the skill now, it may be lost in future..
We have already posted some works of urban artist Slinkachu who makes installations of his miniature fellas around London. Now they have made a little trip around Europe.
This is an amazing art project!
Check out more of these works in the previous part:
The High Life - Grottaglie, Italy
These amazing landscape imitations were done in miniature by artist Gregory Euclide. He used all sorts of natural materials to create them. It is truly incredible what a real artist can do with everyday ordinary materials.
Ray Barker’s home is a converted broom closet which measures 11’ X 5.5’. It was originally bought by a secretary for £37,000 in 1987. However, location is everything, and since it is located opposite Harrods in Knightsbridge, the miniature home has been valued at £200,000. Four years ago, Mr. Barker bought the small apartment for £120,000. He says that he can do the cleaning while lying in his sofa bed. In fact, he says that he can wash up, answer the door, make a cup of coffee, and use the restroom all at the same time. The space’s two rooms measures 60.5 ft.2 and has a toilet, a shower which doubles up as a wardrobe, and six-inch deep cupboards. The space is just fine for sleeping, has a space to hang his jacket and keep his shampoo.