German artist Anja Markiewicz creates miniature sculptures out of paper.
Extremely tiny origami creations look like different animals and flowers.
For more creative origami, check out: Incredible Origami Sculptures
I’m starting to get sick of people making things small and then writing them off as creative or artistic. They are neither.
Sep 22nd, 2011
I suppose “creativity” and “artistic” are subjective descriptions…one has to be creative in order to find ways to create miniature objects. Besides the “artistic” element is already achieved by folding origami. If miniature origami isn’t artistic, then “normal-sized” origami shouldn’t be artistic either. Plus you have to give them some credit for being so patient to make something as big as your fingertip. :)
Sep 23rd, 2011
Agreed totally with Lilia. It’s just mean not to call this art. Great work by Anja Markiewicz. I would love to see a complete jungle of these little creatures.
I can’t even fold half of those animals normal-sized :(
COOL…..hey that’s a dragon….
I smell jealousy from Jason the troll. Cute work!
how anja made this???
Ninja Egg :D
With the help of really small blue people (smurfs)
Well, i love it!! and the frog is my favorite.. really special one! good job!
Sep 25th, 2011
Fantastic work. But to appeal to people,they should be of good visual size, otherwise, they just remain in albums.
Sep 27th, 2011
@bryant, normal as in life-size? Me neither :)
Really like the frog!
awesome really tiny coooooooooooooool
Jan 8th, 2013