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…
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.
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Copenhagen Book 1973
Copenhagen Book 1993
Oxford Dictionary 1995
Istanbul Guide Book 1990
London Guide Book 2006
London AZ 2001
It has become a tradition for my brother to make snow sculptures each year. Friends and family wait in anticipation for his newest creation.
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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.