Artists create worlds in their creation of art. Art can vary from each artist and they interpret their perspective through their eye. But this artist who we introduce in this article creates literal worlds in his work of art. But a skillful artist creates both artistically pleasing and also discusses issues in the world.
Meet Péter Csákvári, the artist who creates ‘miniature’ worlds using nothing but garbage and food. Initially, it might not create a very nice impression when it is ‘garbage’, but this artist’s creativity and skill present an amazing set of arts. If you want to check them out, scroll down to check his latest set of ‘miniature worlds’ and to read more about his work.
More info & Photo courtesy: Péter Csákvári | Facebook
#1. Plastific Ocean.
#2. Carbonara Kai
As you can see, Péter takes the attention of his audience to global issues that the world faces as a whole. The usage of food next to trash and to make it look aesthetically pleasing is creativity and skill working at its best. He initially got the idea of creating such small and delicate work of art on one of his other jobs. He was a food photographer, therefore, close-up shots of food gave him this idea and it eventually worked!
#4. Jelly Skate.
#5. Pet Love.
#6. Trash(Ure) Of The Forest.
These microscopic-level scenes are skilled layouts that mimic the day-to-day lives of people. Adding the human figures to create a social situation in order to discuss the issue brought forward in his art makes the audience feel attached to the art.
#7. Tin Whale.
#8. Stranger Tins.
#9. Zen Mushroom.
Péter shared his work on Bored Panda. You can check out more of his awesome work by following the links mentioned above to his social media profile. Let us know what you think about this amazing artwork in the comments section below.
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