Indian Photographer Recreates Realistic Miniature Brands on His Desktop

Adidas Vatsal Kataria, a talented photographer creates incredibly scenes using nothing more than a camera and the miniature worlds he creates. The commercial photographer, who lives in New Delhi, India, came up with the idea for his series while simply flicking through Instagram one day. In order to create his masterpieces, the photographer uses an array of lighting, props and spray painting...

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2020/10/indian-photographer-recreates-realistic-miniature-brands-on-his-desktop/

Indian Photographer Recreates Realistic Miniature Brands on His Desktop

Adidas Vatsal Kataria, a talented photographer creates incredibly scenes using nothing more than a camera and the miniature worlds he creates. The commercial photographer, who lives in New Delhi, India, came up with the idea for his series while simply flicking through Instagram one day. In order to create his masterpieces, the photographer uses an array of lighting, props and spray painting...

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2020/10/indian-photographer-recreates-realistic-miniature-brands-on-his-desktop/

The ‘World’s Biggest’ War Diorama, A State-Funded Exhibition Recreates The Battlefields Of WWII In Brutal Detail

Anatoly Maltsev/EPA/EFE A scene showing one of the first trench battles is prepared by a scenery worker for the opening of the 3D Panorama exhibition “Memory talks. The road through war” in the former Sevcabel port in St. Petersburg, Russia, 16 September 2019. Various 3D dioramas – containing genuine wartime items such as aircraft, tanks and artillery in original size – allow visitors to walk...

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“City Of Light”: 1939 New York World’s Fair Diorama In The Making

Con Ed’s “The City of Light” was the largest diorama up to that time. The fourteen-minute show presented the illusion of watching New York City through a twenty-four hour cycle. Originally designed to be continuous, a break of a few minutes was required as visitors tended to stay and watch the subway cars wiz by. Walter Dorwin Teague designed the diorama which consisted of 4,000 buildings built to...

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