There is something about really little things or really big things that can always attract a crowd. And Diem Chau's artwork from rainy Seattle is no exception to this rule. Her blog "The Pleasure of Tiny Things" is a deliciously playful celebration of the wonderful world around us.
Diem siezes the day with her miniature scribble-tool carvings that evoke the ancient Anatolian art of rice carving and rice painting, which incidentally were usually carried for good luck. Charming.
For a more masculine interpretation see the carftmanship of Dalton M. Ghetti.