If you use a microscope, you can just barely make out a rabbit eating a carrot in a resin figurine created by Taiwanese artist Chen Forng-shean. The sculpture, made in honor of the upcoming Chinese Year of the Rabbit, is .02 inch long and sits atop an eye of a needle. It’s 1/20th the size of an average grain of rice. It’s also delicately painted.
When Chen Forng-shean isn’t creating teeny tiny sculptures, he works at Taiwan’s Central Engraving and Printing Plant as a money printing plate designer.
For more info about the miniature rabbit sculpture, see: NTD Television.
To see more of Chen Forng-shean’s work, see: International Exhibition of Calligraphy.
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