25.06.15 by Kimi Hamada

Dioramas by Drew Mosley


Ottawa-based artist-carpenter Drew Mosley uses wooden bowls and found objects like twigs, leaves, and eggs to create shadowy, three dimensional spaces to house his paintings of forest creatures. See more images of Mosley’s work below!

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04.03.15 by Jeff

Ring Box Dioramas by artist Talwst


Beautiful little dioramas built inside of ring boxes by Canadian-Trinidadian artist Talwst. More images below!

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15.09.14 by Jeff

Eerie Dioramas by artist Mathieu Schmitt


“Glitched” is a series of 3D printed dioramas in smoked glass cubes by artist Mathieu Schmitt. The artist allows for the 3D model data to become corrupt in such a way that objects are printed slightly deformed. The late-night settings and the misshapen objects create quite an eerie atmosphere. Found via our September Submissions.

More images from the series below.

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21.11.12 by Jeff

Dioramas by Patrick Jacobs

Dioramas by artist Patrick Jacobs

Dioramas by artist Patrick Jacobs

Dioramas by artist Patrick Jacobs
Dioramas by Patrick Jacobs, viewed through little windows.

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14.11.12 by Jeff

Dioramas by Lori Nix

Dioramas by photographer Lori Nix
“The City”, by Lori Nix. It’s just not fair to simply label her a photographer when you consider that what you’re actually looking at is an insanely detailed hand-built diorama. Each diorama takes about seven months to build and photograph, and they range from about half a metre to nearly two metres in diameter. She shoots the scenes with an 8×10 medium format camera. See more below!

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25.08.09 by Jeff

Thomas Doyle

Amazing little moments sculpted by Thomas Doyle at 1:43 scale and smaller. Brooklyn. Incredible stuff.

thomas doyle miniature sculpture distillation reclamations bearings
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