13.04.12 by Jeff

Miniature handmade sculptures by Israeli artist Shay Aaron

Handmade miniature sculptures by Israeli artist Shay Aaron
Miniature handmade sculptures made of clay, by Shay Aaron. Tel Aviv.

Handmade miniature sculptures by Israeli artist Shay Aaron

Handmade miniature sculptures by Israeli artist Shay Aaron

Handmade miniature sculptures by Israeli artist Shay Aaron

Handmade miniature sculptures by Israeli artist Shay Aaron

Handmade miniature sculptures by Israeli artist Shay Aaron

Handmade miniature sculptures by Israeli artist Shay Aaron

Handmade miniature sculptures by Israeli artist Shay Aaron

Handmade miniature sculptures by Israeli artist Shay Aaron

See more of Shay Aaron’s incredible work on Flickr.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • i want to see process videos of these

  • Jun

    love these!

  • Amazing!

    Might leave you a bit hungry though…

    • eeeps

      “The food was terrible… and the portions were so SMAAaaaALLLL”

  • Leanne

    sweeeeeet

  • now i’m hungry, thanks!
    these are awesome haha

  • Diet food?

  • Tyler Ostrander

    wooah! new design/layout for leaving comments. I like it jeff. very fresh

  • Nadav

    wow! huge finger statues!

  • Pingback: Flavorwire » Adorable Tiny Food Sculptures That Fit on the Tip of Your Finger()

  • Morten Dilevski Molthe

    how on earth does he make these? amazing! :)

  • Michelle Moy

    jesus christ… look at those seeds..

  • taylor

    If I saw these irl I would eat them. I wouldn’t be able to stop myself, they are too cool not to eat. (I eat sculptures)

  • Mia

    this is how i roll. SWEEEEEEET <3

  • a hard salami sandwich with a slice avocado! What a dichotomy :D.

  • love it!

  • Jbfirefly64

    Are these for sale?  Are there instructions or tutorials?  I need them for my miniature scenes.  Incredible detail!

  • Juley Hands

    Fabulous detail but where’s the web address so I can purchase some?

  • Jeff, I thought you might be interested in looking at these too. I saw them a few years ago, similar style, but her detail on some things is completely mind numbing. Specifically her breads, pastries and fish (the sashimi plate is actually unbelievable)

    http://petitplat.deviantart.com/gallery/

  • These are terrific, and so unique. Thought you might be interested in a Q&A with Shay Aaron, the artist, about his inspiration for his work and his all-time favorite creation: http://bit.ly/LQv6jd

  • Love them all!!!!!

  • Chatarra




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