Miniature World Art

Sat, 01/25/2014 - 01:00

Italian artists Antonio Magliocchetti and Stefano Adorinni, from Udine, create miniature worlds and fantasy scenes by using everyday objects from around the house, especially food and drink, and tiny model people.

The two create each scene at home in their free time, with a single scene taking up to two hours to piece together, the Telegraph reports. The Mini World Project began in 2012 – it now includes 130 images, displayed in cafés, restaurants and offices around Italy.

From a moon landing scene made of Parmesan cheese to construction workers digging coffee beans, from a nativity scene inside a panettone to skiers on a cake, their creations are quite amazing – take a look at the photo gallery on the Telegraph website.