Mexican photographer, digital artist, and graphic designer Felix Hernandez Rodriguez is still in touch with his inner-child. He is a master at creating magical photographs using miniature toys, but you have to look very closely to see what he is actually doing. Thanks to his behind-the-scenes photos we get to see some of the tricks he uses to create his pictures.
Kim Clough is a miniature food creator. Her scrumptious looking dishes are made to a 1:12 scale in polymer clay which allows her to render all the different substances and details of the originals. All photos © Kim Clough / fairchildartminiatures.com (via: journal-du-design.fr) Bewaren
Cuban born artist Jorge Mayet creates beautiful miniature landscapes with green pastures, little houses and tiny trees with exposed roots, sometimes very peaceful, sometimes crumbling while you watch. His wall sculptures seem like floating islands that remind me of the floating mountains in the film Avatar. “I recreate with wires, paper, and other elements my own landscapes which at the same time form part of my culture, my roots, and the identity of my town” […]
The Little People Project just makes me smile. Tiny figurines pop up around the globe in familiar urban scenes as London based artist Slinkachu creates his miniature worlds from painted model train set characters. You really have to keep your eyes open in order to notice these Lilliputian installations. Fortunately for the farsighted among us Slinkachu takes great photographs of his work, allowing us to see his wonderful creations. slinkachu.com