Japanese Clay Artist Creates Really Tiny Animal Sculptures

Japanese Clay Artist Creates Really Tiny Animal Sculptures
Carl Samson
By Carl Samson
August 23, 2018
A Japanese clay artist has been making tiny animal sculptures with some details nearly invisible to the naked eye.
Kakuho Fujii’s sculptures measure somewhere between two and five millimeters (0.2 and 0.5 centimeters), smaller than any finger or toe nail on the human body.
Fujii has miniaturized animals of all sizes, from bees to blue whales.
But there are also food and objects such as a tiny bowl of ramen, a Christmas tree, a snowman, and a car.
Clearly, Fujii’s creations require unbelievable dexterity, patience and an eye for the tiniest details.
Fujii showcases everything on Instagram, which shows an evolution from thumb-sized sculptures.
With such talent, Fujii has amassed more than a thousand followers and counting on the platform.
Check out more of Fujii’s work:
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