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Artist Hasan Kale's tiny works #art measure smaller than a fingernail. #painting

Bigger is not always better, as Turkish artist Hasan Kale proves with his incredibly tiny works of art measuring smaller than a fingernail.

Incredible Micro Art Onto Food by Hasan Kale From a single pumpkin seed to delicate butterfly wings, no canvas is too teeny for micro artist Hasan Kale. The talented — not to mention patient — artist paints realistic renderings of his hometown of Istanbul on unexpected objects.  Kale’s unique oeuvre sets the artist apart from other miniature mavens dealing in more traditional canvases.

Micro artist Hasan Kale paints tiny landscapes on food scraps like pieces of chocolate, peanut shells, MMs, and more.

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Incredible Micro Paintings by Hasan Kale

New Impossibly Tiny Landscapes Painted on Food by Turkish Artist Hasan Kale ᴷᴬ

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Turkish artist Hasan Kale creates incredibly tiny works of art using just his steady hand and a finely tipped paint brush.

Jacqueline Lou-Skaggs penny art. Artist Jacqueline Lou-Skaggs,  used pennies as tiny canvases, painting little portraits and landscapes on the 1.43 millimeter surface.

Artist Jacqueline Lou Skaggs — painting miniature oil paintings on the copper surface of discarded U.

Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and Anıtkabir (his mausoleum) in the half of an apricot seed by Hasan Kale

Turkish artist Hasan Kale creates incredibly tiny works of art using just his steady hand and a finely tipped paint brush. He enjoys using unusual canvases

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Artist Paints Insanely Small Paintings Onto Food

Micro Cityscapes Painted on Food by Kasan Kale - Turkish artist Hasan Kale has created an incredible series of micro paintings on the surfaces of food… Hasan Kale

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La Tailleuse de Soupe by François-Emile Barraud Swiss - His precise, realist style of painting developed under the influence of the old Flemish and French masters he had studied at the Louvre (wiki) - (insalatadiparole)

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