Iconic celebrities and beautiful animals creatively carved into fallen leaves by artist Omid Asadi. The artist recently exhibited his work for the first time, which he creates using only a scalpel, a magnifying glass and a needle.
To promote the launch of tiny coke cans, Coca-Cola installed a series of miniature kiosks throughout five different major cities in Germany with the message, “It’s the little things in life that make us happy.”
Artist Evan Lorenzen recently released a beautiful handmade miniature book entitled, “The Mini Book of Major Events”. In this mini book he is trying to compress the history of Earth. This tiny 7 pages book is a follow-up to his first mini book, “The Little Book of Big Ideas“.
This incredible olive pit sculpture was created in 1737. Its only 1.34 inches in length and 0.63 inches tall. The perfectly carved Olive-Stone Boat was crafted by Ch’en Tsu-chang. On the tiny boat eight figures can be seen, each with unique expressions along with the chairs and dishes in the interior. Amazingly, the windows are also moveable.
New Jersey-based artist Joe Lurato creates tiny wooden figures and set them loose in public places. Lurato frequently leaves the artworks to be discovered by the community, where depending on their location, they may only last a few days or even hours.