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Thought you knew bonsai art? That diddy little tree you buy from a garden centre, neglect to tend properly and then witness shrivelling  on your window sill, wondering what went wrong? Think again. Takanori Aiba takes this traditional Japanese art to the next level, creating Borrower-sized worlds of intrigue that evoke the geeky minutiae of Warhammer fanatics alongside the expansive fantasy of Tolkien. We talk to him about ant farms, Disney and seeing the world through ‘Lilliput eyes'.

Takanori Aiba is a Japanese artist who specializes in intricate Bonsai Tree-houses. Aiba uses craft paper, plastic, plaster, acrylic resin, paint and other materials to construct sprawling miniature tree-house communities that wrap around bonsai trees.

London themed small talk table. The children have made a map for the base which holds a miniature London small world set. The area has also been enhanced with various London themed pictures to encourage talk.

The children have made a map for the base which holds a miniature London small world set. The area has also been enhanced with various London themed pictures to encourage talk.

Sekai – Des mondes miniatures sur des dos d’animaux…

Miniature-ception: tiny animals carrying tiny worlds on their backs - Lost At E Minor: For creative people

Matteo Stucchi is a pastry chef from Monza, Italy, who builds playful tasty-looking worlds using only desserts and and fills them with little figurines.

Italian Pastry Chef Creates Miniature Worlds With Desserts

Playful Miniature Decoration With Tasty Dessert by Pastry Chef Matteo Stucchi.

I have made miniature foods, tableware, kitchenware and <br>sundry goods from resin clay etc. and miniature teddy bear, too.<br>  This blog is my diary about  miniature making.<br> + sometime small talk.

:D :D Today, I write about how to make miniature planter and plant, and simple explanation of copy by silicon rubbe.

Tiny Hamster | 58 Very Tiny Cute Things

Funny pictures about A Tiny Baby Hamster. Oh, and cool pics about A Tiny Baby Hamster. Also, A Tiny Baby Hamster photos.

Fine art photographer Jennifer Nichole Wells creates miniature worlds out of a variety of materials. Here, she talks about her creative process and fascination with small-scale scenes.

Photographing Miniature Worlds: The Art of Jennifer Nichole Wells

Fine art photographer Jennifer Nichole Wells creates miniature worlds out of a variety of materials. Here, she talks about her creative process and fascination with small-scale scenes.

Little people big worlds, the talking, miniature art, creative photography. By Paul Ge.

Choose your favorite tiny people big world greeting cards from thousands of available designs. All tiny people big world greeting cards ship within 48 hours and include a money-back guarantee.

Pin ItI have a slightly fairy-obsessed nearly 3 year old in the house at the moment, and all she can talk about is her flower fairy party which is coming up soon! So I put together a very simple and easy flowers and fairies sensory tub to satisfy her pink-cravings in the mean time! I...Read More »

Flowers and Fairies Sensory Tub

Create an Autumn woods sensory small world play in a drawer for hours of fall themed imaginative play and learning for kids! Great for storytelling too.

I have tried vacuum forming , and I have practiced now. Today, I report…

My world on the table: Vacuum forming This technique is interesting.

For her series Micro Matter, Amsterdam-based designer and art director Rosa de Jong created towering houses and tall buildings inside the narrow confines of large glass test tubes. Perhaps comparable to a ship in bottle, the little houses and buildings are all handmade using natural objects and so

Micro Matter: Vertical Dwellings Inside Glass Test Tubes by Rosa de Jong

In her series Micro Matter, Amsterdam-based artist and designer Rosa de Jong crafted vertical houses, skyscrapers and elements of nature to fit inside narrow test tubes. With a nod to the impossible bottle,.

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