Vladimir Aniskin Creates Art Invisible to the Naked Eye

By: Michael Hines - Published: Feb 22, 2011 • References: & odditycentral
Vladimir Aniskin is a Russian scientist who spends his free time creating microscopic works of art. Valdimir Aniskin first started working on micro-miniature art way back in 1988, and since then he has refined his technique and even created some custom tools to aid him in his hobby.

Each one of Vladimir Aniskin's works can take up to several months to complete, with scenes being carved into canvases as small as a grape seed or a horse's hair. Check out Vladimir Aniskin's work, along with other micro-miniature art from the Trend Hunter archives. Stats for Microscopic Vino Art Trending: Older & Average
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