The cornerstone of being a good miniature artist is not what one creates; it's the life-sized elements of our world they are able to recreate with extraordinary exactness. So extraordinary that if you were to peek at them through a keyhole you would be hard pressed to tell if you were looking into a real room, or a room created in miniature.
When it comes to miniature food artisans, you would most decidedly be fooled by the creations of Hanna Lindroth of Miniature Chef. Hanna is among a select cadre of miniaturists who have the talent and skills to make culinary delights that rival their full-sized counterparts.
"I can sit for hours focusing on the details of the inside on a banana peel or on the structure of the surface on a watermelon. When I sit down to create a miniature time and space disappear and I become completely absorbed by the miniature I am making," she added.
"My aim is to create miniatures that look as realistic as possible which sometimes can be frustrating since I am a perfectionist and want every detail to be correct."