Amsterdam-based artist Rosa de Jong tries to figure out how spacious a glass tube can be in her recent project “Micro Matter” where she used the scientific instruments as container to house some impossibly small buildings, trees, and other inhabitable structures. Uses traditional model-making materials and her own handcrafted structures, glass tube becomes a small universe for those miniature dwellings. Those inhabits are quite realistic with many details and make you think if miniature world actually exists, it might just loolks like that. You can find more information about the project on Jong’s Behance page and she may eventually start selling some of her pieces online, so be sure to signup for an alert.
Paper creation isn’t something new. However, lifelike paper creation that can easily fool our eyes isn’t something can be easily achieved. Kate Alarcón, the Seattle-based paper artist is one of those successful “cheater” who has an uncanny ability to turn paper materials into lifelike flowers and plants. Working primarily with European crepe paper which comes with natural texture, Alarcón has managed to create delicately rippled petals, stems, and has even perfected techniques to craft convincing succulents. She shares all of her creations on Instagram and below are some of our favourite ones.
If you are a skipping read, then you will find problem with Codex – a five-page puzzle book that won’t let you read next page unless you’re smart enough to unlock the current page. The laser-cut, hand-crafted, five-page wooden book is created by industrial designer Brady Whitney, who’s successfully raised funds for the project through Kickstarter ($168,182 pledged of $30,000 goal actually!).