Miniature objects by Dmitry Okhotsky
A talented Russian craftsman Okhotsky lives in Jurmala, Latvia. And his main passion and hobby is making miniature objects. At first, one may wrongly think about the gigantic matches on these photographs. However, the tiny everyday objects are incredibly realistic miniatures of everyday objects. For example, pieces of furniture, book shelves, spoons, scissors (the tiny scissors are able to cut through paper!), tables, kettles, guitar, jars, plates, and bowls. Undoubtedly, the author of these masterpieces is a genius.
According to Dmitry, he uses different things for creating these everyday miniatures. In particular, bolts, nails, cans, radio details, wooden rulers, ice-cream sticks and other items that people usually throw away as rubbish.
The gallery of Miniature objects created by Dmitry Okhotsky includes scissors and a sharp axe. In fact, the models are just a fraction of the size of the items they are based on. Noteworthy, all have the exact same working qualities.