If you ever wonder what a casual day of hedgehog looks like, I can ensure you it will never looks like what photographer Elena Eremina created below. However, I have to admit, that series are really adorable and all the hedgehog in there just like human – they take bath in tub, wash clothes by hand, play chess, cook food or make some artwork. Of course, these are not real. Most of them are digitally edited by St. Petersburg-based photographer Elena Eremina. Although Elena didn’t mention how she get those photos done, we guess is she took photos of hedgehog and placed them in those playful miniature setting. Anyway, let’s take a break and check those cute hedgehogs.
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.
Wedding photos are quite popular in Asia but to have an unique set of wedding photos are quite difficult. Thai photographer Ekkachai Saelow tries to do something different instead of shooting flying wedding dress in air. In his whimsical wedding photography, he manages to transform couples and newlyweds into miniature versions of themselves, living in a more fantastical world.
Bonsai is a Japanese art form using miniature trees grown in containers. Originated in China then redeveloped under the influence of Japanese Zen Buddhism, the history of Bonsai can be date back over a thousand years. The purposes of bonsai are primarily contemplation (for the viewer) and the pleasant exercise of effort and ingenuity (for the grower). Although, it is a delicate and time-consuming process to take care of a bonsai, there are many benefits to have one at home: They look beautiful, and moreover the process of taking care of them encourage patience and dedication, help to relieve stress and purify the air. Although we can’t show you the rest of the benefits of having a bonsai at home, but you can at least show you how beautiful they can be.