Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger's Photoshop-free pictures are actually tiny dioramas.
Little worlds and miniatures give us the illusion of control in an out-of-control time.
Derrick Lin’s supremely satisfying vignettes turn our gripes about corporate culture into art.
Former abstract painter Peter Opheim explains why he turned to painting from clay models.
You won't believe how he does it.
Scraps are Lydia Ricci's love language.
Hayao Miyazaki's most famous set piece comes to life in this self-taught artist's capable hands.
Sheila Mrofka sculpts miniature clay babies so lifelike you’ll swear they’re real.
How can we be expected to set them off for people if they can't fit in the building?
Portion control at its cutest.
Anonymous Instagram user minioor makes humorous and wonderfully crafted miniature worlds made of marijuana and tiny toys.
Always fascinated with “creepy-cute” art, Qixuan Lim makes unsettling yet adorable tiny sculptures.