Reblogging this miniature Apple Store diorama, for Steve.
2008 Ottawa Diorama Contest winner by Scott & Jesse Lake. A clever idea
Now that’s a diorama I could definitely keep forever! Usually they end up trashed and thrashed in my closet hahaha
Life on Mars, as seen by an 8 year old student. Her work reminds me of Michel Gondry, except she doesn’t know who Michel Gondry is, so it just reminds me of her.
Artist Alastair Mackie made this shoebox diorama for the “Shoebox Living” charity. ”My first room. A place of flying dreams and monsters under the bed.”
Artist and DIY celebrity Kate Pruitt, brings our attention to these phenomenal shoebox dioramas, created by “leading” artists to support a kids charity. This one by artist Paul Hazelton, is titled Table Tornado, and is made of household dust. He says ” I spent many hours at that dining table; drawing, chewing and imagining worlds far flung, spun somehow from some deep desire to escape a mundane existence; worlds that are still forming in the dust.”