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A Room of Her Own.

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Share This.Artist Sage Schmett lives and works out of her home in Arlington, Massachusetts. A narrow staircase leads to an open room filled with cut-up magazines and open shoeboxes gathered around a large dollhouse. The work titled Dollhouse #1 is the latest and is by far the most ambitious creation to date from the artist who primarily works using three-dimensional structures. Sage Schmett sits on the floor as she casually Read More

Joe (Fig)ure.

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Share This.Joe Fig thinks smalls, and we mean that in a good way. Fig’s series of table sculptures (2003-2008) is a testament to the artist’s patience, skill, and attention to detail. Each piece is a miniature portrait of an artist’s workspace. From we gather, the titles indicate the artist that the piece is inspired by. If so, Fig’s table sculpture are not only brilliant, but intimate.

Little Lady, Big City.

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Share This.It’s hard trying to make it in the big city. Artist Slinkachu displays that very notion in an image taken from his book and upcoming solo shows in New York and London. Click →here← for more info!

The Fingernail Flock.

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Share This.Check out this Fingernail Flocking by Alice Bartlett. She created the adorable display by cutting green flocking to decorate her fingernails, Alice then added tiny figurines to create lively miniature scenes that balance on her finger tips.