Tiny Surrealism

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29th Dec, 2012

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What I like most about Frank Kunert‘s work is that it makes me grunt– a grunt that says, “that’s clever, you cheeky bugger”. The German photographer makes all his tiny 3D models himself before he snaps them. Not all the punchlines in his scenes are immediately obvious, leaving the viewer to look a little longer, a little closer. Welcome to Frank Kunert’s Small World

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View more of his tiny surrealism on Kunert’s Facebook page.

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