Jake and Dinos Chapman‘s controversial work entitled “The Sum Of All Evil” deals with themes such as the holocaust, violence, and death. The extremely detailed and meticulously crafted miniature landscape is made up of four dioramas referencing significant historical events; including the discovery in babi yar (1941) and the ukrainian mass grave where the nazi occupier executed more than 30,000 jews in just two days. The work also combines sensitive events with mass-branding and symbols of the global fast food chain, McDonald’s.
Dimitris Polychroniadis takes courage in his latest work. The latest work was made for an ongoing solo exhibition titled ‘Repent’. Polychroniadis is a stage designer, architect and artist that lives and works in Athens Greece. His work consists of mixed media, surreal-pop, humorous, diorama sculptures that makes a comment on the harsh realities of his country and much of the world is facing at the moment.
Joe Fig creates incredibly detailed miniatures of artists and their studios, as well as the “table” sculptures showcasing the respective artists’ art space based off of actual photos taken by Fig himself or off of older photos accounts for artists who have passed.
21 year old Boston-based illustrator, Daniel Barreto, creates very subtle and clever gif images. Barreto’s gif work consists of images of small dwellings that have been carved into the nooks and crannies of trees deep in the woods.
You may remember (but probably not) when we posted up Dalton Ghetti, who is an artist that creates unbelievably pencil sculptures. Well it looks like there’s a new guy in town who’s trying to compete with Ghetti for the pencil sculpture crown and he is known only as Cerkahegyzo.
You’ve probably seen some of Isaac Cordal‘s miniature street installations before. In his new edition of his ongoing installations entitled “Cement Eclipse” is a gorgeous and fun piece that photographs more of his little sculptures in a variety of angles from drowning in a shopping cart to window shopping.
Some fantastic looking miniature set sculptures by Greek artist Dimitris Polychroniadis. The title of the series of minature landscapes is “The Miracle of Fluo Colours”. Polychroniadis definitely utilizing the current economic crisis as a platform for this series and is sure to create a dialogue between the work and the viewer.
Takanori Aiba makes these unbelievably well created imaginative houses built within plants. The intricacies and attention to detail are spectacular and one could only imagine the time and effort put into each piece.