We first heard about Kuzos a month or two ago, when Factory Entertainment sent out their first product announcement. Now we are getting a better look at the die-cast line of pop culture miniatures as well as the special editions that the company will be offering up as Comic-Con Exclusives. […]
Inside his old watches are now everything from Iron Man to unicorns, ballet dancers to ancient libraries. his work is as mind-bogglingly detailed as it is beautiful.
It isn’t that uncommon to find a Miniature-builder or a ceramicist, but there aren’t a lot of artists who have figured out how to combine the two like Jedediah Corwyn Voltz.
Each of these dioramas can take up to seven months to complete. They are created from cardboard, foam, and glue They are then deconstructed and recycled after they are photographed.
“The idea of creating these miniature works came from dream states and how we are able to play with our own identity, to play with different roles we take on in our dream state.”