Mesut Kul is a Turkish artist who creates incredibly detailed micro paintings on remarkably tiny objects. The scale he can achieve this is on is nothing short of extraordinary, with his artwork appearing on objects as small as a halved cashew and even a grain of rice!
Mesut became acquainted with micro art years ago when a master painter instructed him on the importance of innovation in art. Clearly, he has taken this lesson to heart. While countless numbers have and do paint on large canvases, only a select few are able to achieve the same beauty and detail on such a miniature scale.
Many of his pieces are so small they require a magnifying glass to see all the details. Mesut, however, requires no such aids, creating his micro paintings with nothing more than a brush and his own eyes. See more from Mesut Kul by visiting his website. For more tiny art, take a look at these previous stories.
Tiny Easel and Canvas Painting of the Eiffel Tower
Grain of Rice
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