Istanbul-based Microartist, Hasan Kale, uses extreme precision and a steady hand to create a series of impossibly small paintings using everyday objects as his canvas. According to Kale, “things we usually see can turn into something invisible” – this thought inspired his new direction and his work calls attention to the things that we see yet often ignore in daily life. Anything from a butterfly wing to rice, nails, sugar and chocolate.
He hopes to open up new perspectives and windows through his work, and build up a new language within the art world. Kale has collaborated with numerous other well-known Turkish brands and jewellery designers in order to explore other areas of design.
via Twisted Sifter.