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Re-creation of Miniature Photography Studios from the 1900s

Re-creation of Miniature Photography Studios from the 1900s

I wanted to start the week with an artist that is part of what I think a master at his craft, a gigantic boost of inspiration that can affect us in many ways. So here goes, the work from a Turkey-based artist named Ali Alamedy. He is a miniaturist and as you can see by the pictures; his work is down-right meticulous. I mean just look at the attention of the details, everything. This series is a Re-creation of Miniature Photography Studios from the 1900s, please enjoy this breathtaking tribute! Ali Alamedy is a miniaturist, motion & graphic designer based in Sakarya, Turkey. I strongly advise you to follow his Instagram because he is sharing lots of his behind-the-scenes for which is everything. Give him some love! An early photography studio from the 1900s era, when no lighting were used but sunlight, All the details made from scratch using different media mostly wood and copper, It took me 9 months to be finished but yet more details to be added. More Links Learn more and follow Ali Alamedy's work on Behance Follow Ali on Instagram Photo Gallery  

Incredible Miniatures by Thomas Doyle

From time to time, we run into some artists that really catch our attention, and to do that, an artist must stand outside the box, and come up with something entirely fresh and awesome and that's just what Thomas Doyle did. He developed a technique to build miniatures that awes me. Because of the mini, mini size, the level of details is stunning! And the cool thing is that all of his work has a lot of imagination whitin... which makes it even more interesting. So, here are just a very few of his work, and for more, you should really visit his portfolio. He'll mostly enjoy it. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;) Escape / scatter (2006) The reprisal (2006) The chasm is closed (2006) Still shot from a human movie (2004) Acceptable losses (2008) Courier (2007) Sometimes we eat our young (2004)

Awesome Miniatures by Max Porto

Last week here in Brazil we got to know the winner of Big Brother #9. His name is Max Porto, he's from Rio de Janeiro and he's an really talented plastic artist who makes awesome caricature miniatures. He's been doing this work for some time now, and after winning Big Brother it's certain he's gonna expand his line of work, and we are really looking forward to that. So check these out, it's pretty cool.