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Micro Art Paintings By Mesut Kul

My name is Mesut Kul and I am a Turkish artist who draws tiny pictures on various objects. Sometimes it is a butterfly wing, a rice grain, a feather and even a hair – the world’s smallest canvas.

I got acquainted with this micro art a couple of years ago. One master painter told me about the importance of innovations in art. I took his words for granted. 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. The greatest inspiration to me is our world. My goal is to create a universal language by means of my art.

More info: mesutkul.com

Little easel and canvas painting of the Eiffel Tower

80

Coin for scale 9 x 9 mm

Feather

81

Cashew

82

Swan’s feather

83

Pumpkin seed

84

Noodles

85

Butterfly

86

Sunflower seed

87

Sunflower seed

88

Pocket watch

89

Pocket watch

90

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