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Think Small: The Tiniest Art in the World

Handshake by Salavat Fidai.[Photo: courtesy Chronicle Books]
Handshake by Salavat Fidai (Image courtesy Chronicle Books)
Star Wars Crayola carvings by self-taught artist Hoang Tran
Star Wars Crayola by Hoang Tran (Image courtesy Chronicle Books)
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Hermit Crab by Aki Inomata (Image courtesy Chronicle Books)

Los Angeles based writer and journalist Eva Katz collected 200 miniature artworks of 24 artists around the globe for her new book Think Small: The Tiniest Art in the World.

Included in the 208-page volume is the piece from Russian artist Salavat Fida who’s intricate lead pencils mimic that of Games of Thrones. Other works include a glass hermit crab shell designed by Aki Inomata and Star Wars Crayola carvings by self-taught artist Hoang Tran.

Small-scale art makes a big impression.

Eva Katz is also the author of Creative Writing.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of Discvr.blog and four books.