On the verge of cuteness and horror: Singaporean artist creates unusual miniatures

On the verge of cuteness and horror: Singaporean artist creates unusual miniatures

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The artist from Singapore under the name QimmyShimmy uses polymer clay to create figurines of babies and sweets, in which fantasy and reality combine in unexpected and interesting compositions. From miniature replicas of the heart to the candy in the form of children's heads: a surreal desserts to surprise and scare at the same time.

See more photos of unusual sweet masterpieces, which becomes a bit uncomfortable.On the verge of cuteness and horror: Singaporean artist creates unusual miniaturesSingaporean artist QimmyShimmy studied graphic design, but sculpture has become her biggest passion and ability to show new facets of art. She seeks to create strange and wonderful and unlike anything works. Creativity painted baked clay by hand and decorates it with clay desserts.

These works are called popsrelated and creepy. The sculptor pays no attention to criticism and mixed opinions about her work. It plays on the verge of cuteness and horror, to surprise and puzzle the viewer. The artist seeks to open unusual perspectives to familiar images. Black humor — something that helps her to achieve the desired effect.On the verge of cuteness and horror: Singaporean artist creates unusual miniatures

On the verge of cuteness and horror: Singaporean artist creates unusual miniatures

On the verge of cuteness and horror: Singaporean artist creates unusual miniatures

On the verge of cuteness and horror: Singaporean artist creates unusual miniatures

On the verge of cuteness and horror: Singaporean artist creates unusual miniatures

On the verge of cuteness and horror: Singaporean artist creates unusual miniatures

On the verge of cuteness and horror: Singaporean artist creates unusual miniatures

On the verge of cuteness and horror: Singaporean artist creates unusual miniatures

On the verge of cuteness and horror: Singaporean artist creates unusual miniatures

Keywords: Anatomy | Desserts | Art | Babes | Charm | Polymer clay | Singapore | Sculptor | Sculpture | Sweets | Strange | Surrealism | The artist

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