Kendal Murray’s Miniature Sculptures

Artist Kendal Murray builds miniature mixed-media sculptures that take viewers on a playful and imaginative journey. She is using tiny toy figures and objects to create small worlds filled with creative memories, daydreams, and fantasies. The scenes are taking place on unexpected objects like on top of a small purse, or on one side of a compact mirror. Kendal says: “The idea of creating these miniature works came from dream states and how we are able to play with our own identity, to play with different roles we take on in our dream state. So the miniature works serve as a metaphor for intuitive thoughts.”

Miniature Scupltures by Takanori Aiba

Japanese artist Takanori Aiba merged the two different crafts – the design of physical space and the drawing of labyrinths – into these incredibly detailed miniature sculptures. Using craft paper, plastic, plaster, acrylic resin, paint and other materials Aiba constructs sprawling miniature communities that wrap around bonsai trees, lighthouses, and amongst the cliffs of nearly vertical islands. The level of detail and intricacy in his work is truly mind-blowing. Each sculpture is like a miniature world, bursting with life and stories. Have fun!

Miniatures in Wineglass

Everyone saw beautiful miniature copies of houses, ships or trains in the bottles. But it turns out that this is not the most complex miniature art. Artist Szymon Klimek from Poland creates quite working miniature versions of retro mechanisms in wineglass that are working on solar panels. He’s working with brass and tin sheets to create various old mechanisms, such as steam engine, sailing ship, bicycle or retro automobile. An amazing combination of advanced technical capabilities and unusual hobby.