June 25, 2014

Wednesday Whim - Tiny Landscapes

all images via Illusion via Hasan Kale

To imagine the level of precision and concentration Turkish artist, Hasan Kale, has in order to create these microscopic pieces of art is practically unimaginable. The traditional looking art he paints on non-traditional canvas reflect his native Istanbul of the Nusretiye Mosque . He can use anything as a canvas (onion peels, candy, chocolate, peanut shells, etc.) and paint infinite amounts of detail in a small amount of space. 

Check out the video below and see him in action!








Jump to 2:54 to see him in action!

10 comments:

  1. This artist must have exacting patience and a very steady hand (now my failed nail art attempts look paltry compared to his hand-eye coordination!)

    Brittney

    Another Beautiful Thing

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  2. Love all your photos :)

    AJ | TheAJMinute

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  3. Whoa. That is one steady hand ...

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  4. Oh. My. Word.
    This is incredible, intricate art!!!

    The Dragonfruit Diaries

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  5. omg! these are amazing! the details!

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  6. That is amazing! I love that egg! :D

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