"What is this? A centre for ants?" - Derek Zoolander.
- Small Scale, Big World: History, Culture and Memory Hidden in Mini Crafts.
- The dozens of artists and craftspeople featured in this volume create miniature representations of real-world scenes – everything from housewares, such as a thumb-sized rice cooker, to storefronts and cliffside dwellings suspended in test tubes, all the way up to entire multi-story buildings, with every detail preserved inside and out.
- Among the featured artists, Tatsuya Tanaka brings Japanese iconography into his masterwork “Miniature Calendar", while Joshua Smith from Australia keeps streets and addresses and memory alive by re-creating them in miniature, freezing them in time, complete with weeds and water stains.
- This book not only digs into the stories behind the works but provides guidance for those who are ready to try their own hand at mini crafts. Three masters share their inspirations and techniques by revealing a detailed process of a single masterpiece.
Published: March 2020
Size (cm): 26 x 21 x 2.5
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