THE BEST Miniatures

Adventures of the Eyes

Adventures of the Eyes

Takanori Aiba’s collection of miniature structures were inspired by his earlier experiences in making bonsai and illustrating mazes. The detailed beauty of each work is mind-boggling.

Tiny Drum Solo

Tiny Drum Solo

While anyone can play tiny drums with a mobile app these days, there’s something that just seems inherently more impressive about a person who can play tiny physical drums with mini drumsticks.

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Miniatur Wunderland 2011

Miniatur Wunderland 2011

A new promo video for Miniatur Wunderland, the miniature theme park in Hamburg, Germany which includes the newly opened Knuffingen model airport, railroads, cruise ships and much more.

Canal Street Cross Section

Canal Street Cross Section

It took Alan Wolfson 18 months to finish this 27 x 23.5 x 19.5 inch 5-piece cross-section model. It’s not an exact representation, but Wolfson’s attention to detail more than makes up for it.

Elgin Park

Elgin Park

This like an old photograph from the 1950s, but it’s actually a detailed model from artist Michael Paul Smith, who’s compiled his scenes into Elgin Park, a book about a fictitious retro-style town.

Miniature Street Art

Miniature Street Art

Usually street art involves spray-paint, graffiti or some form of defacing public property. But London artist Slinkachu simply creates intricate miniature dioramas and abandon them in public places.

Mind Boggling 3D Dioramas

Mind Boggling 3D Dioramas

We’re immersing ourselves in David DiMichele’s impressive and disquieting dioramas. He creates the fantastic 3D installations in his studio, using everything from glass and ice to tree bark and coil.

Hot Wheels RC Stealth Rides

Hot Wheels RC Stealth Rides

Is there an age limit for playing with toys? Nope – that’s why we like these cool hot wheels remote control cars (video above), with rc control right on the case, which fits in a pocket. (Thanks Peter!)

Lori Nix Photography

Lori Nix Photography

Photographer Lori Nix works with miniatures and models to create beautifully disastrous scenes and landscapes; her project The City depicts eerie abandoned buildings in a post-apocalyptic world.

Minimiam Food Photography

Minimiam Food Photography

Akiko Ida and Pierre Javelle of Minimiam imagine tiny worlds in every bite of food. These carefully posed edibles look like tiny landscapes once populated with their miniature residents.

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