Hungary based Miniature Artist Peter Csakvari created Tiny Wasteland From Everyday Objects. He has shown scenes from a tiny world where everything could happen in his artwork. We have reached him to know more about his inspiration. Here what he had to say.
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How did you find your style? Has it changed since you started?
I wanted to do this kind of photography from a different angle. In my pictures you can see a slice of the real world too, not only the figures, and I go very close to the subject so it gives a picture a very close look. It does not change but I started to organized “worlds” inside the real environment.
What inspires you to create these amazing art work?
Everything could inspire me from the real world but nowadays I trying to mix the beauty of the world with some dark miniature scene
How do you come up with new ideas? Do you have a process?
I don’t really have a process, or it always change. Now I filling up cans and tins with life
Most Challenging Aspect that comes through your work?
The most challenging aspect now is the building of the scene and also the 3d printing part since I printing my own figures from now
What are the future Plans?
In my future plans there is a cookbook which will be illustrated with the Tiny Wasteland, also some exhibition under planning.