Because sometimes the best things come in small packages.
Short and proud of it.
William Kass is the latest artist to photograph tiny figurines in painstakingly constructed foodscapes. Potato chip rivers, milk carton space stations, and more worlds you'd love to live in.
Photographer Christopher Boffoli meticulously composes food landscapes with hand-painted miniature people. What if all food was this big?!
Apparently if you paint your fingernails just right, they can sprout tiny people. You can see more of the miniature art here. (via mymodernmet.com).
At 50 cm high, Khagendra Thapa Magar - the original Tiny Dancer - busts a move in Nepal last weekend.
Street artist Slinkachu hand-paints miniature people and sets them up in the streets of London for passersby to find.