Micro-art

Art

Tiny 'Ant-Man' Sculptures Invade London's Streets

Micro-artist Slinkachu has embedded tiny installations of Marvel's super small superhero in the urban landscape.
Kevin Holmes
7.28.15
Art

Mini Emoji Carved from Colored Pencils are :D

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Beckett Mufson
6.29.15
Art

Stunning Micro-Crystals Are Nature's Stained Glass Mosaics

Here's what it looks like when you grow crystals using anesthesia.
Beckett Mufson
4.22.15
Art

Artist Carves Tiny Pop Art Masterpieces on the Tips of Pencils

Salavat Fidai's intricate graphite sculptures aren't made for writing.
Beckett Mufson
2.26.15
Art

Up Close, Dried Whiskey Looks Like the Cosmos

Ernie Button's 'Painting Pictures with Whiskey' photos reveal the beauty at the bottom of your bourbon.
Beckett Mufson
11.26.14
Art

Elegant Nanosculptures Fit Comfortably Inside the Eye of a Needle

Jonty Hurwitz uses quantum physics to make teeny, tiny art.
Beckett Mufson
11.13.14
Film

These Glittering Mandalas Aren't Crystals—They're Microscopic Organisms

Klaus Klemp resurrected a dead Victorian artform to create these intricate, microscopic bio-mandalas.
Beckett Mufson
9.19.14
Art

"What Is This, A Gallery For Ants?" Yes.

The "smallest art exhibition on record" offers a tongue-in-cheek, micro take on "epic" photography.
Zach Sokol
8.4.14
Art

Hand-Cut Paper Sculptures Of Microbes Make Bacteria Beautiful

"Outbreak" by Rogan Brown actually makes us want to stare at bacteria for hours on end.
The Creators Project
7.10.14
Music

Zammuto's Music Video 'Great Equator' Was Filmed Entirely With Microscopes

One half of the now-defunct duo The Books, Zammuto made this mesmerizing video which makes "the man-made world look crude by comparison."
Brian Anderson at Motherboard
7.9.14
Design

Watch Micro Origami Self-Assemble With A Drop Of Water

Scientists have made a material that's the size of a grain of sand, and it folds into cubes, pyramids, and more with a little liquid added.
Zach Sokol
6.3.14
Design

[Video] Crystal Nano Flowers And The Future Of Architectural Chemistry

Harvard scientists are using nano-chemistry to create tiny floral architecture.
The Creators Project
5.30.14
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