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Category Archive: Miniature

Cake artist Inna Bu

Russian self-taught pastry cake artist Inna Bu

Russian self-taught pastry cake artist Inna Bu

Cake artist Inna Bu
Self-taught artist Inna Bu is a cameraman, photographer and video engineer – all in one. Her job, in particular, is to create a high quality memory of a holiday, a wedding or a birthday party. And she copes with this task very well, creating beautiful and interesting DVD films and HD photo-books of different formats on any topic. That’s her job. Besides, Inna Bu has 10 years of experience of working on TV.
However, the most precious in her life are her two children and family. In addition, she enjoys writing poetry, embroidery, beaded icons, and carving. Meanwhile, she has reached perfection in creating cakes. Inna generously shares her secrets and recipes on her webpage, and she literally swims in the sea of admiration from her subscribers and viewers. Undoubtedly, her cakes is a kind of food art.
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Realistic Miniature Animal Sculptures by Reve

Realistic Miniature Animal Sculptures by Reve

One-of-a-kind Tiger Cub. Hand-made miniature sculpture by Reve, American self-taught artist

Realistic Miniature Animal Sculptures by Reve
American self-taught artist sculptor, working under the pseudonym ‘Reve’, has created a large gallery of one of a kind miniature animals from polymer clay. The additional material the amateur artist uses – textile, mohair, natural fibers (yarn), with a touch of and hand painted details. These incredibly realistic miniature animals show an inimitable combination of expression, coloring and coat pattern, with its own characteristics and personality. Besides, each sculpture is unique and its price on eBay is approximately $ 100.
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Count Blue Animal Cling Rings

Count Blue Animal Cling Rings Jiro Miura

A bear, a tiger and a pig rings. Work by Japanese self-taught artist and designer Jiro Miura – Count Blue Animal Cling Rings

Count Blue Animal Cling Rings
Made by Japanese self-taught artist Jiro Miura cling rings are, in fact, miniature sculptures of animals. Japanese designer and artist of applied art Jiro Miura has created a stunning gallery of pieces of jewelry. These cling rings are made in the form of various animals. The artist couldn’t even imagine these animal rings and earrings would become so popular that he would have to create his own brand name – ‘Count Blue’, under which he works now. The price for such artful pieces of jewelry is quite affordable ranging from $15 to $200 for one ring.
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