Saturday, October 27, 2012

It's A Small World After All...

While surfing the internet I did a search on miniature art. There are some pretty cool and amazing things to behold. Here are just a few:

Can you believe the realistic detail on these tiny creations? Made by
Sharlet Bartholomew of BalooHallow, Sharlet sculpts these babies and baby elves that measure 1-1/2 to 2-1/4 inches long. You can custom order yours on Etsy, specifying baby or elf, gender and other details. Absolutely sweet!

Wondering what to get that Barbie lover on your list? How about a retro 
style handmade steel bed? Visit Etsy seller bonnieblue2 for more information.

How about this miniature scene in a jar - love the airstream! These charming vignettes in a jar can be seen at Etsy seller's CleverLittleton.

Artist Dalton Ghetti hand carved the alphabet onto the tips of the pencils above. Aside from the skill involved in doing that, I also like the graphic (no pun intended) look of the pencils. To see other interesting items Ghetti carved out of pencil lead, click here.

Nikolai Syadristy is a 64- year-old Ukrainian who crafts some of the tiniest art in the world. His work is incredibly tiny - the windmill above is placed inside half of a poppy seed! (Is that possible?) To read more about Nikolai, click here

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