Tiny Art in a Sardine Can

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18th Jun, 2012

Most artists tend to think out of the box but this artist has gone back in the box– a sardine can to be exact. It’s safe to say Nathalie Alony enjoys working on a smaller scale and with her latest project, she’s created several series of miniature sculptures depicting anything from everyday life in little apartments to small-scale replicas of famous artworks. I’ve selected some of the more tame scenes from Alony’s project but you can peer into some considerably more controversial sardine-sized activity on her website.

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Visit Nathalie’s website here to see more sardine art!

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