We all love micro paintings because we know the effort that lies behind these superb little pieces of art that simply capture your eye (as long as you have your microscope with you!).
This is exactly what Mesut Kul, a very talented artist from Turkey, does. He paints amazing things on very odd little things, like peanuts, small objects, rocks, grains of rice, feathers and the list can go on and on.
Mesut, you’re doing a fantastic job with your miniature paintings and keep these awesome artworks coming because we love them!
“My name is Mesut Kul and I am a Turkish artist who draws tiny pictures on various objects. Sometimes it is a butterfly wing, a rice grain, a feather and even a hair – the world’s smallest canvas. I got acquainted with this micro art a couple of years ago. One master painter told me about the importance of innovations in art. I took his words for granted. Everyone can draw on big canvas, but only the few can do it on small objects.”, the artist wrote on his website.
“I was inspired by the idea that tiny drawings can be more memorable and appreciated by the viewers. Although I create the drawings with my own eyes and a brush, others might need a magnifying glass to see all the details. The greatest inspiration to me is our world. My goal is to create a universal language by means of my art.”, Mesut Kul proudly wrote.