Sculpture is an impressive form of visual art. It’s a common belief that the biggest or the busiest sculptures are the best. However, that’s not necessarily true. Small, or even tiny, sculptures can be just as impressive. For example, Seattle-based artist Diem Chau is obsessed with tiny things and her micro sculptures are so impressive, all because of their size.
Diem carves these sculptures into a medium we’re all familiar with: a favorite childhood toy.
Each little crayon was carved into an animal or letter.
Her talent is spectacular and her patience is infinite.
Each letter of the alphabet represents something.
The details are incredible.
A close-up of the adorable O is for Otter.
The turtle perfectly captures a skyward-facing turtle in the wax of a crayon.