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It Took Me 50 Hours To Make My Own Island

It Took Me 50 Hours To Make My Own Island

It Took Me 50 Hours To Make My Own Island

I Love to do miniature photography and what I love about my art is that I can create my fantasies into reality. I am very much into my creative conceptual photography even if it’s still life or Miniature photography. I really want to…


Deconstructed Book Series


Deconstructed Book Series

Vintage books have been cut and transformed into book sculptures and posters.

The city guides function as representations of the cities and as symbolic tools to use when traveling. They have lost their value in the age of technology, but by transforming them, we have given them a new meaning and value.

Order the posters here

More info:

Copenhagen Book 1973

Copenhagen Book 1993

Oxford Dictionary 1995

Istanbul Guide Book 1990

London Guide Book 2006

London AZ 2001




 is a contemporary hyperrealist sculptor living and working in Los Angeles who creates the most realistic sculptures you’ve ever seen. After working 25 years as a special effects makeup artist in Hollywood, Kazu decisively shifted focus in 2008, dedicating himself full time to fine art sculpture. Using resin, platinum silicone, and many other materials, Kazu constructs three-dimensional portraits in a scale two times life size.

More about Kazuhiro Tsuji and his works here.



Fanciful “Fancy Animals” take over the Garment District


Fanciful “Fancy Animals” take over the Garment District

Fanciful “Fancy Animals” take over the Garment District
Photograph: Courtesy Steve Schlackman/Orangenius
Gotham’s ongoing parade of public art projects has recently been joined by a procession of another sort: a piece called A Fancy Animal Carnival. A series of 11 outdoor sculptures by Taiwanese artist Hung Yin, these whimsical beasties are taking up residence on Broadway Pedestrian Plaza, running from 41st to 37th Street in the heart of the Garment District. A former restauranteur-turned-artist, Yin says their colorful designs are based on traditional good luck symbols from Taiwan. The display represents the artist’s first show in New York and remains on view through April of 2017.

New Miniature Anatomical Sculptures and Jewelry Carved From Pearls by Shinji Nakaba


New Miniature Anatomical Sculptures and Jewelry Carved From Pearls by Shinji Nakaba 


Shinji Nakaba (previously) is a master of carving carefully into miniature objects, creating skulls and other anatomical forms from pearls no larger than the end of a finger tip. Nakaba considers these works “wearable sculptures,” as each pearl takes the form of a ring, necklace, or pin. Although he uses precious metals and stones for his high-end jewelry, he is not against mixing in more common materials. Nakaba has been known to also incorporate aluminum from beer cans and trimmings from plastic bottles.

“I’m dealing with all materials equally no matter how precious they are,” said Nakaba. “I bring out their hidden talents and beauty and they are being re-born as treasure.”

You can see more of his wearable works on his online shop.







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