15 Smallest Works of Art You’ve Ever Seen
Many people love art but even if you are one of those and have visited many galleries, it is very unlikely that you have seen all or even any of these smallest works of art.
There are many examples of miniature art in the world today, here are 15 smallest works of art:
This work, done by Taiwanese artist Chen Forng Shean depicts six Pandas living in the eye of a needle.
This is another example of art in a needle, this time by Willard Wigan of England. Although suffering from Dyslexia, he has talented hands and makes his sculptures using sugar crystals and dust particles.
This and other fantasy towns were made by Japanese artist Takanori Aiba. A professional photographer by trade, his hobby is Bonsai Trees but many of them need a closer look at.
Tiny Worlds in Bottles
Tokyo artist Izumi Akinobu likes to make tiny worlds inside of bottles in her spare time whilst her day time job is architectural model designer, who would have thought?
This miniature Qur’an by an unknown artist dates back to the 16th century and measures only 46 mm (1.81 in) in Width.