This Japanese artist has created series of intricate and delicate delicacies in his miniature kitchen, using a super small bowl, cutting board, knife and other tiny utensils. He turned normal-sized-made-small chicken meat, carrot, broccoli, onions, as well as a quail egg into a teeny-weeny portion of food.
And by the way, the quail egg looks like a dinosaur’s egg, doesn’t it?
What are you using your spare time for? Chilling at your home with a cup of hot chocolate and a good book? Hang out with some friends? Joshua Smith has another interesting thing to do in his spare time, and the results are just amazing.
The Australian stencil artist had a special interest in microscopic objects, and he’s very good at it.
In his latest project, he made a perfect depiction of an urban life, with all those buildings, street signs, all of those intricate details, in a miniature size.
One of his recent works is a Temple Street miniature. It’s made after a real-life apartment block in a densely-populated settlement in Kowloon City, Hong Kong.
Smith built his miniature apartment using used cardboards, which were finely carved and shaped to form the details. He also used fibreboard and paint to embody every detail in the actual Kowloon City apartment buildings with their moldy walls, filthy windows, graffiti, tiny ad-boards and other details that look realistic.
CLICK NEXT TO SEE MORE STUNNING MINIATURES!
He even made the intricate small features, such as clothesline hanging outside the window, outdoor units of air conditioning system, street signs, horizontal curtain blinds inside the windows, Chinese food leftovers on the table, old newspapers to cover the windows and posters and magazine cutouts taped to the wall.
He also made other buildings, such as a brick-walled shophouse with weathered windowsills and small neon signs with wooden floors.
Smith even made a garbage bin with the contact of disposal company on it, along with black garbage bags and dry maple leaves.
You can find more about Joshua Smith and his artworks on his Facebook.
As the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta has a long history that could not be easily overlooked. A series of important events have happened in the city that once was called Batavia.
Here are some pictures of Jakarta in Indonesia's early years until the start of the New Order regime taken from Instagram/@galerisejarah.
Just because you're old, doesn't mean that you can't be fashionable and romantic anymore.
An elderly Japanese couple shows that love is timeless and that wearing stylish matching clothing doesn't only belong to young lovebirds.
Instagram account @bonpon511 —which people assume is theirs— stated the husband's nickname is Bon and the wife's is Pon. They are over 60 years old and have been married since 1980.
Their daily outfits has garnered praises from all over the world, and now they have more than 255,000 followers on Instagram.
We've gathered some of their cute outfits for you!
1. Plaids are not only for young hipsters.
2. No wonder they have that many Instagram followers.
3. How cute!
4. One of their followers hopes that she will find a real love one day like they did.
5. Inspired by the Popeye the Sailorman maybe?
6. Sometimes the couple's photos remind followers of their late parents.
7. Some followers claim this couple as the ultimate #relationshipgoals.
8. Staying warm while being cute.
9. It seems that they've mastered the art of matching patterns.
Why stay in a boring hotel room with white walls and white sheets when you can stay on top of a secluded cliff?
If you want to take your vacation to the next level, you check out these unbelievable places on Airbnb.
Husnul Khotimah, an Indonesian primary school teacher in Bumiayu, Central Java, impressed Juventus striker Paulo Dybala with her Instagram post.
The Argentinian footballer reposted Husnul's #dybalamask picture on his official account, @paulodybala.
In the picture, she asked her students to participate to strike #dybalamask pose, Dybala's trademark goal celebration.
In his caption, he promised to reveal the reason he performs the ritual everytime he scores a goal, but on one condition.
Questa foto arriva dall'Indonesia! Grazie! Postate la vostra foto con la mia nuova esultanza con l'hashtag #dybalamask: quando arrivate a 2.000 sveleró cosa vuol dire sulla mia pagina facebook! Esta foto viene de Indonesia! Gracias! Publiquen su foto con mi nuevo festejo #dybalamask: cuando lleguen a las 2000 contaré que significa en mi página de Facebook This pic comes from Indonesia! Thank you! Post your picture in this pose and write #dybalamask : when I get 2000 pics of you I'll explain what does it mean on my facebook page!
"This pic comes from Indonesia! Thank you! Post your picture in this pose and write #dybalamask : when I get 2000 pics of you I'll explain what does it mean on my facebook page!" wrote Dybala both in his Facebook and Instagram account, Wednesday.
So, Juventini, you know what to do now.
We all know how festive Indonesian Independence Day celebrations can be. But only few know how it was like on the actual declaration in 1945.
Retrieved from the IPPHOS (Indonesia Press Photo Service) archive, here are ten photos from the historic day.