There are interesting things, when all the big things are expressed in a small way. Many art works today is not a matter of size, but more to its meaning and substance. What Lorraine Loots is doing probably something common and a lot of people do,
Mosques are traditionally known for their splendidly elaborate architecture, with elegant halls, courtyards, and niches providing precious space for congregation and prayer. Illustrator Mariam Abbas honors the magnificence of the sacred structures in her miniature drawings, which convey the intricate domes and minarets at the tiny size of a paper clip.
Takanori Aiba was born in 1953 in Yokohama, Japan. Built a first career as a freelance maze illustrator since 1978. His maze works were serialized in “POPEYE”, Japanese fashion magazine for 10 years. Founded his own company,”Graphics and Designing Inc.”, in 1981
The art of model making encompasses a wide variety of materials, techniques, and end results. Most people equate model making with plastic model cars and airplanes or scale models of satellites and miniature sets used in filmmaking.
Lori Nix began “The City” series after moving to New York in 1999. Surrounded by great architecture, skyscrapers, and bridges, the urban landscape couldn’t help but find its way into her work. Still a fan of dystopian entertainment, think Blade Runner, Alien, The Hunger Games, etc, her current series is a mashup of her new urban life and a look towards an apocalyptic future
Lindsay Asselstine is a Toronto-based floral tattoo artist whose work of art are about the delicate, tiny, whimsical but very detailed that make many tattoo lovers want to have those miniature portraits of pets and animals and also those dainty pics of flowers and foliage to etch on their skins. Check out some of her creations.
Now I am working on my origami cranes nearing 600 pieces and still continue until there are 1000 cranes that I plan to finish in 1000 days.