A museum of modern art in miniature? See how an unusual birthday gift became its own little work of art featuring work from 50 contributors. A small but perfectly formed gallery with its own QR codes and microsite.
Sometimes work can be really hectic and frustrating and as grownups, we are expected to be cool about it and keep the whining to ourselves. I work in advertising and my workday is often very chaotic and unpredictable. While trying not...
" As a self-proclaimed “Americanized Israeli”, photographer Yoav Friedlander explores the two cultures that he has embraced. Friedlander explores the differences and similarities that he finds through each country’s culture, landscape, and civil unrest. In his series “A Form of View”,...
Talented russian artist Salavat Fidai has crafted a series of miniature sculptures from the ends of graphite pencils. His art carving pencil is meditation and self-knowledge. An Wall-e, Batman, Darth Vader, and a graffiti can, amongst other pop culture references have...
Check out The Wishing Shed for more of my miniature animals
He took many hours but was worth it!
He is moveable/poseable due to his sturdy wire frame
I hand dyed the wool and each stipe has been needle felted individually :)
there is more of my work on my facebook page The Wishing...
Lately I have been obsessed with the idea of miniature portraits. I like shrinking people (usually myself) into tiny beings and merging them with the surroundings. The tiny world fascinates me in so many different levels. These are the pictures of...
As a child, I created any and everything in a variety of mediums. But my passion has always been wire. I remember taking apart old motors just to get to the copper wire inside.
To me, wire is one of the most...
After building miniature motorcycles out of vintage watch parts I take my children's action figures and pose them with my art.
Ever wonder what it's like to work at an ad agency? As many people may know, the life at an ad agency is always filled with stressful situations, brainstorming, head-scratching, deadlines, and clients. Earlier this year I decided to try to...