For Hasan Kale, big is not always essentially better. This Turkish artist can prove it through his artwork which are of extra tiny and even smaller than finger nail. He could draw very wonderful pictures on the surfaces of nails, matchsticks, seeds or even nuts but the images still look so brilliant for their miniature scale.
Even without conventional canvases, Kale has a painting style which is timeless and elegant, similar to neoclassical art movement.
Just by using a fine-tip brush, he has no difficulties covering such tiny surfaces of everyday objects to create vivid landscapes or stately figures, most of which are about aspects of Turkish culture. And such aspect could somehow come alive on those tiny items, often unnoticed in daily life.