Artist Ali Alamedy has what some might call an eye for detail. The Turkish artist creates delightful miniature dioramas that are filled to the brim with hand-crafted items and absolutely ooze with charm. His newest piece is an adorable recreation of a photo studio from the 1900’s. The quaint project was made to be as accurate as possible—Alamedy referenced old photographs of studios and extensively researched the photographic set-up and technique in order to create the detailed piece.
The tiny photo studio took 9 months to complete, and was built using an assortment of materials such as wood, plastic, copper, and paper. Filled with over 100 tiny, period objects, Alamedy constructed each and every component of the studio from scratch. His time-intensive work manages to stay true to the spirit of vintage photo studios, and overflows with small-scale details that show true appreciation for the craft.
Besides this photo studio, Alamedy has actually fully realized many other miniature masterpieces including a child’s room, a Cuban cigar shop, and an alleyway. You can see much more of his skilled work on his Facebook and Instagram.