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Posts tagged "diorama"

Slinkachu Continues Leaving His Little People On City Streets Around The World

You might be familiar with talented London-based artist Slinkachu's, as we wrote about his miniature street art a few years ago. We are happy to see that the artist hasn‘t give up on his “Little People“ and follows them around the world, capturing their little dramas, adventures and everyday lives on the streets of London,...

Adorable Adventures Of Miniature Star Wars Characters

Once again, a Star Wars fan has used their beautiful imagination, talent and humour to create another cool tribute to the legendary saga! Malaysian photographer Zahir Batin, who creates miniature scenes with stormtroopers acting out their dramas on planet Earth.

Magical Paper-Cut Light Boxes by Hari & Deepti

Deepti Nair and Harikrishnan Panicker, who together are known as Hari & Deepti, have developed a unique style of paper art that inspires images of beautiful paintings or fairytales. They start by cutting out designs on stiff watercolor paper. Each layer builds upon the last, enriching the scene. Then, everything is put together into a...

Minimiam: Playful Mini Dramas By Photographers Pierre Javelle And Akiko Ida

Kitchen has always been a place where creativity dwells – the statement that can‘t be more correct to the gastronomy fanatics Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida. Since 2002, the French-Japanese couple keeps photographing the series of playful dioramas, using figurines and various kinds of food. The ongoing series of these dioramas is called MINIMIAM –...

Meticulous Feather Art by Chris Maynard

Washington-based artist Chris Maynard cuts out incredible mini dioramas out of various bird feathers.

How Some Landscape Photos Are Actually Made

What does spilled paprika powder and planet Mars have in common? To a New Jersey-based artist Matthew Albanese, the visually similar color and texture of the two lead to creating a meticulous diorama of Mars, and then photographing it in a way that you wouldn't think it's fake. Eventually this revelation resulted in the "Strange...