Dalton Ghetti Pencil Sculptures

These stunning Pencil Sculptures are by artist Dalton Ghetti. As I’m sure you’ll agree, they’re simply amazing. As can be seen in the image below, Dalton sculpts the pencil graphite to create miniature sculptures on heads of pencils. My personal favourite is the one above, where a heart has been carved from the pencil wood itself. He sure must have a steady hand to complete such works. Here are some more examples…

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Miniature Paintings for Ants by Lorraine Loots

These superb miniature paintings “for Ants” were expertly crafted by artist, Lorraine Loots of Cape Town. She has been working on these little marvels since early 2013, too, working with a variety of mediums including pencils and paint brushes. I think these are truly unique, with each piece roughly the size of a British Pound Coin! Further down the post, you can see a selection of her work in frames…

Gallery // Miniature Paintings the size of a British Pound Coin…

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Further Information // “Miniature Paintings for Ants by Lorraine Loots” // All the images shown within this post are © Copyright Lorraine Loots. Please visit her site and portfolio for more fantastic work.

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Refraction Art Water Droplet Photos

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These stunning examples of refraction art show water droplets with various backdrops. They were produced by German photographer, Markus Reugels, who took these photographs with a high-speed camera. Shots of Earth and Jupiter, along with the Spiderman and Superman logos have been photographed behind spheres of water drops taken with precision timing. Check ’em out…

Miniature Landscapes by Matthew Albanese


These captivating miniature landscapes were created by talented artist, Matthew Albanese. The following photos are from a set entitled ‘Strange Worlds’. Believe it or not, the set pieces are made from bizarre materials. For example, the tornado above was made from steel wool, cotton, ground parsley and moss.