July 01, 2014

Insanely Small Paintings On Food

Hasan Kale, an talented artist from Turkey, pushes the boundaries in art by painting the tiniest most detailed beautiful paintings. His artistic canvases include, but are not limited to, rice, onion skin, peanut husks, split almonds, seeds, banana chips, beans – as long as it’s tiny, he’ll paint on it.


He loves painting on food canvases as he is impressed by the natural shape of things...

You may need a magnifying glass to see most of them... How does he do it?


According to his Facebook, Kale has set himself the goal of painting a silhouette of Istanbul on a strand of hair. If there’s anybody who can pull this off, it’s probably him.

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