Biologically Accurate Sculptures of Animals by Fanni Sandor Are Smaller Than a Fingernail
5 monthes ago - By Colossal
All images © Fanni Sandor, shared with permission
Fanni Sandor has been fascinated by miniatures since childhood, constructing her first sculpture from toothpicks, candle wax, paper, and glue at six years old. “In my country, there no traditions of the 1:12 scale miniature making. In my twenties, I met the first professional miniaturist's work through the internet. I was completely fascinated,” she tells Colossal.
Today, the Hungary-based biologist and artist fashions minuscule baby bluejays clamoring for food, a mouse peeking out from a bit of bread, and a waddling family of mallards...
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