Imagine what our world would look like if it were miniaturized. Actually, you don’t need to imagine. You just need to look at the unbelievably intricate miniature work from Japanese artist Kiyomi. The mother of two, who has a lot on her plate, finds extra time, even if that means waking up at 4 a.m., in order to create all kinds of miniature items that you’d wish you’d had back when you had a dollhouse.
The Art Of Miniaturization
For centuries, Japanese artists have mastered the work of miniaturization, a technique that recreates normal-sized objects into tiny versions, like these Victorian-style chairs. Today, Kiyomi continues that tradition with her truly beautiful works of art.
Chic Dollhouse Accessories
Kiyomi uses her Instagram account and website to show off some of the most remarkably accurate-looking mini-recreations, which include antique furniture as well as accessories to turn fantasy into mini-realities.
Back In Time
Kiyomi’s work seems to take you back in time to the Victorian era and early industrial age with some of her remarkable mini-masterpieces. She can even recreate the interior of a lady’s clothing store from the past.
The 18th Century World
Kiyomi will wake up at the crack of dawn to start working on her masterpieces. Using materials like paper, perspex, and wire, she’s able to recreate cabinets with an industrial style look and entire sets with painstaking detail.