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Sekai, Japanese for 'world', is a series of clever sculptures by Maico Akiba, in which tiny little worlds emerge on the backs of wooden animals. The sculptor and illustrator collects the small figures from Souvenir From Tokyo, the National Museum of Art and Design Tokyo museum shop. She uses miniature trees, cars, people, and even telephone poles to build the detailed scenes on wooden creatures like a panda bear, a hippo, and a turtle, who co-exist with the green landscapes glued to their…

Miniature Worlds Emerge On Top of Wooden Animals

Sekai, Japanese for 'world', is a series of clever sculptures by Maico Akiba, in which tiny little worlds emerge on the backs of wooden animals. The sculptor and illustrator collects the small figures from Souvenir From Tokyo, the National Museum of Art and Design Tokyo museum shop. She uses miniature trees, cars, people, and even telephone poles to build the detailed scenes on wooden creatures like a panda bear, a hippo, and a turtle, who co-exist with the green landscapes glued to their…

Japanese artist Maico Akiba crafts tiny mobile ecosystems on animals in a collection called ‘Sekai’.

Japanese Artist Maico Akiba Creates Tiny Ecosystems on Animals' Backs

Japanese artist Maico Akiba crafts tiny mobile ecosystems on animals in a collection called ‘Sekai’.

Maico Akiba web : 秋葉舞子 - portfolio - Solid - SEKAI. Tiny ecosystem art, Japan

Maico Akiba web : 秋葉舞子 - portfolio - Solid - SEKAI. Tiny ecosystem art, Japan

Des mondes à dos de figurines danimaux paysage miniature dos animaul figurine 06

Des mondes à dos de figurines d'animaux

Des mondes à dos de figurines danimaux paysage miniature dos animaul figurine 06

Toy Mammals and Dinosaurs Burdened with Miniature Civilizations by Maico Akiba

Toy Mammals and Dinosaurs Burdened with Miniature Civilizations by Maico Akiba (Colossal)

Toy Mammals and Dinosaurs Burdened with Miniature Civilizations by Maico Akiba

maicoakiba web : 秋葉舞子 - portfolio - Solid - SEKAI

maicoakiba web : 秋葉舞子 - portfolio - Solid - SEKAI

Interesting concept. Have you ever wondered what everyday items might look like in 100 years? Maico Akiba, a Japaneese  illustrator/sculptor, decided to answer that question with his new project titled ”100 Years Later.” Like the name suggests, Maico fabricated rust paint and moss onto every day objects to give them an archaeological look. This corrosion project definitely infuses you with an apocalyptic feeling.

Interesting concept. Have you ever wondered what everyday items might look like in 100 years? Maico Akiba, a Japaneese illustrator/sculptor, decided to answer that question with his new project titled ”100 Years Later.” Like the name suggests, Maico fabricated rust paint and moss onto every day objects to give them an archaeological look. This corrosion project definitely infuses you with an apocalyptic feeling.

Have you ever wondered what everyday items might look like in 100 years? Maico Akiba, a Japaneese  illustrator/sculptor, decided to answer that question with his new project titled ”100 Years Later.” Like the name suggests, Maico fabricated rust paint and moss onto every day objects to give them an archaeological look. This corrosion project definitely infuses you with an apocalyptic feeling.

Have you ever wondered what everyday items might look like in 100 years? Maico Akiba, a Japaneese illustrator/sculptor, decided to answer that question with his new project titled ”100 Years Later.” Like the name suggests, Maico fabricated rust paint and moss onto every day objects to give them an archaeological look. This corrosion project definitely infuses you with an apocalyptic feeling.

maicoakiba web : 秋葉舞子 - portfolio - Solid - 100 YEARS LATER

maicoakiba web : 秋葉舞子 - portfolio - Solid - 100 YEARS LATER

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