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Intricate Olive Pit Sculpture Carved in 1737

Olive Pit Sculpture by Chen Tsu-chang

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.

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Street Art Installations Featuring Little Wooden Cutouts

Street Art by Joe Lurato

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.

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Playful Miniature Scenes Around The Office

Miniature People Around The Office

German photographer Bettina Guber explores the macro world of her workplace using tiny figurines with stationary supplies in her series, Office Supplies – Small People. She finds inspiration from ordinary office objects around her desk when she takes a break from work.

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Tiny, Edible Kitty-Themed Sweets For Cats Day

Edible Kitty Sweets For Cat’s Day

A Japanese housewife, Caroline, creates these lovable cat-themed sweets annually on Cat’s Day (that’s on 22 February in Japan). These cat-shaped treats seem like a wonderful way to celebrate how much you like your feline friends.

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Tiny Paintings of Istanbul by Hasan Kale

Tiny Paintings of Istanbul by Hasan Kale

From a single pumpkin seed to delicate butterfly wings, no canvas is too teeny for micro artist Hasan Kale. The talented — not to mention patient — artist paints realistic renderings of his hometown of Istanbul on unexpected objects.

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