While we’re on the theme of teeny tiny art, here are some fun photo manipulations by Barcelona-based Maite Guerrero. It’s rare anything digital like this makes it onto Colossal, but there is such care in how each one of these is created, the attention to color, depth, and scale makes these truly special. See more on Behance.
The latest creation from miniature street artist Slinkachu (previously). His work simply never gets old for me.
Lenny Lenfesteys creates these awesome tiny sparebots using spare computer parts, LEDs, and other electronic scraps. See also his collections of tiny planes, and wonderful tiny rockets. (via make)
Yet another piece emerges from Slinkachu’s March 3rd show at Andipa Gallery. Great stuff. Previously.
For his graduate work at at Edinburgh University, Jie Shen spent two years researching and designing an adaptable performance space for Constitution Square in Warsaw.
Read the rest of my article on designboom.
Side note: I should probably make a brief announcement. After picking up several items from Colossal I was contacted by designboom to become a guest editor. I’m humbled and thrilled to be contributing to such a fantastic site and I’ll make sure a teaser is posted here on Colossal every time a designboom piece goes live. Exciting!
Architect Ryuji Nakamura thought of a brilliant way to convert his screen-mounted webcam into a miniature paper house that creates the illusion of turning him into a giant. Complete with tiny furniture. (via spoon & tamago)
Installation by South African artist Clinton De Menezes. (via behance)
The first published work this year from UK miniature street artist Slinkachu. His new solo show, Concrete Ocean, will open March 3rd at Andipa Gallery in London. (via mashkulture)