Dioramas, miniature landscapes and so forth are all over the Internet.
However, I found these by Jonah Samson and I was initially drawn as they are much like the subversive snow globes from a while back.
These are also very close in style to Thomas Doyle's subversive snow globes and I can't help but wonder which came first.
Implications - Formerly relegated to elementary school projects, dioramas have found a new life in the hands of intrepid artists, who use this traditional medium to create subversive works that poke fun at aspects of pop culture, celebrities and society at large. These pieces shock and titillate the viewer to create a lasting impression.
1. Subversive Dioramas - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Exploring the use of dioramas as a medium for subversive art that challenges societal norms and popular culture.
2. Murder Miniatures - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Creating miniature crime scenes and forensic dioramas for educational and training purposes in law enforcement.
3. Internet Miniature Landscapes - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Developing interactive and immersive virtual reality experiences that allow users to explore and interact with miniature landscapes online.
1. Art - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Incorporating technology into traditional art forms, such as dioramas, to create interactive and dynamic installations.
2. Law Enforcement - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Using dioramas and miniature models to simulate crime scenes and enhance investigative techniques.
3. Virtual Reality - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Leveraging virtual reality technology to create realistic and immersive experiences of miniature landscapes for entertainment, tourism, and education.