The Japanese artist Kokuho Fujii creates incredible miniature animal sculptures, only a few millimeters high, made entirely of clay. From great art to mini format!
The realization of sculptures is an art that requires some talent. So when in addition these sculptures are still smaller than a tenth of a finger, investment in work and precision is surreal. Today, heading for the Japan to discover Kokuho Fujii, a surprising artist who realizes sculptures like no other.
Equipped with his miniature toolsshe's having fun creating fine clay statues which are smaller than a finger. Each sculpture represents an animal and measure between 2 and 5 millimeters. And despite the almost microscopic size of his creations, Kokuho Fujii brings a lot of details for make her animals as cute and realistic as possible.
Incredible clay sculptures that do not leave marble and which we propose to discover some examples below. Finally, if you want to go deeper into the subject, you can also go to the account Instagram of the artist Kokuho Fujii which brings together all of his creations. Great art ... in miniature format!
Imagined by: Kakuho Fujii