This type of art is so small that you might need magnifying glass to enjoy it properly. Super talented Turkish artist Mesut Kul creates stunning Micro Art on various tiny objects. These items include almonds, lentil, corn grain, bean, soybean, and pumpkin seeds. Other than that you can see Mesut’s creations on various other miniature items such as feathers, pocket watches, and sea shells. His unique art is leaving an unforgettable impression on the audience by focusing their attention on a single point. Hopefully we will be able to witness these seeds blooming into wonderful collections soon.
The greatest inspiration to me is our world. My goal is to create a universal language by means of my art. Intentionally or unintentionally in our lives so many details are missing. A seed structure or texture of a feather, all these bits, even the fact that art can be made here.
I got acquainted with this micro art a couple of years ago. One master painter told me about the importance of innovations in art. Everyone can draw on big canvas, but only the few can do it on small objects. I was inspired by the idea that tiny drawings can be more memorable and appreciated by the viewers. Although I create the drawings with my own eyes and a brush, others might need a magnifying glass to see all the details.
In the future I would like to use a smaller and more unusual objects. I want to work with world-famous paintings. And someday I will open an art gallery.
Want to see more of Mesut’s Micro Art?
Miniatures are just not cuting it and you want to enjoy tiny art? Then these micto pieces will always be here for you to enjoy. Furthermore, to check latest updates on Mesut’s work you can visit his social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Visual content courtesy of Mesut Kul.