Beautiful little world in a test tube

Micro Matter - Opening Image (Source: instagram.com/byrosa/)
Micro Matter (Source: instagram.com/byrosa/)

Rosa de Jong is a freelance creative from Amsterdam. She has a design studio Micro Matter, and likes to work on the development of miniature worlds and landscapes with unbelievable details. She uses simple tools and processes such as twigs and moss, recycled cardboards, knife, ruler, toothpicks, tweezers, and glue to develop microworks, which look like having no effect of gravity after full development. According to de Jong, most important step is that of patience in the development of little world in a test tube.

Check out some of the mind-blowing pieces of her art below:

Check out the minute details (Source: instagram.com/byrosa/)
Check out the minute details (Source: instagram.com/byrosa/)
Compare the size
Compare the size
A tiny world outside the test tube
A tiny world outside the test tube
Moving up and up
Moving up and up
... and higher than a tree
… and higher than a tree
Something for living
Something for living
Living underground - something new to do
Living underground – something new to do
That large tree
That large tree
Electricity in every house
Electricity in every house
Tiniest skyscrapper of the world
Tiniest skyscraper of the world
Rocks under the house
Rocks under the house

For more on Micro Matter, visit instagram.com/byrosa.

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Usman Zafar Paracha

Usman Zafar Paracha is Assistant Professor, Pharmaceutics, in Hajvery University, Lahore, Pakistan.