The artist of Bashkortostan takes a pencil and turns them into masterpiecesPictolic
The art of miniatures are always fascinating. Sometimes it seems incredible — how the master was able to perform such skilled work, and with so many minute details? We present you one of such amazing artists — Russian painter and sculptor-miniaturist Salavat Feed.
Man on the moon
Salavat Fedayi was born in 1972 in the village of Krasnyi Voskhod (Bashkortostan), now lives in Ufa. His parents are artists, and it was natural that he followed in their footsteps. Although not immediately: after receiving the initial art education, Salavat entered the law and for many years had nothing to do with art.
And then I became interested in miniature — and raced! He began to paint miniature paintings on seeds of pumpkin, sunflower, beans rice, and match boxes... Until I discovered a new material — graphite pencils. And that he became a true master.
In their work Salavat Fedayi uses a microscope and a knife with replaceable blades. For several years he has created hundreds of microsculpture from graphite and has held numerous exhibitions in Russia and in other countries.
What is dead may never die
The Statue Of Liberty
Bird in a cage
The leaning tower of Pisa
Three wise monkeys
Rabbit in the hat magician
The girl on the tip of a pencil
Sponge Bob Square Pants