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Photographer Creates Stunning Tiny Worlds Using Mini Figurines and Everyday Items





Photography isn’t just about taking pictures and whatnot. There’s a lot to it that common people like us rarely see. Last time, we covered about the Nikon Small World Photomicrography competition, which features the beauty of the world from a smaller perspective. This goes to show that this art is all about details – and yes, even the smallest ones.

In this article, we’re going to feature the same photographic concept but on a much different approach. This is courtesy of Péter Csákvári, who is actually known for his macro shots. In fact, he calls his project Tiny Wasteland, which basically sums up the entire series.

So, without further ado, here are some of his works. You’re definitely going to love them!

#1. Exactly what cigarrettes do to you.

#2. Welcome to Pancake Slope.

#3. The Devil’s Lair (or Sinkhole).

#4. RIP Backspace.

#5. The Sunflower Seed Co.

#6. A fly crime scene.

#7. Now you see me, now you don’t.

#8. Medicine golf club is love.

#9. Get wet and get drunk.

#10. Chilis so hot we need help from the firemen.

#11. Mount Maki.

#12. Introducing the workers of Blueberry.

#13. The Opening Scene.

#14. “Okay, let’s do this.”

#15. What do you think about kisses and garlics?

#16. Bad influence.

#17. This!

#18. Now that’s what we call icebathing.

#19. His boss just fired him.

#20. Ah, the irony.

#21. “We told you. We just want your honey.”

#22. No need for it.

#23. The so-called “Pea Gathering.”

#24. NSFW

#25. Small sins starting to become big.

#26. “Obamout.”

#27. Rest in “Figs.”

#28. Yup, landworks.

#29. And what will it be today, chef?

You can check more of Peter’s works on his official Facebook page here. And oh, don’t forget to let us know what you think of this compilation in the comments below!

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