I’m blown away by Lori Nix‘s post-Apocalyptic diorama photographs. (Her “Unnatural History” series, which shows a natural history museum askew, is also fabulous.) She builds each diorama from scratch over about seven months and then spends up to three weeks perfecting the lighting and placement of the props. I love this quote from her FAQ: “I have miniature power tools throughout the apartment, a chop saw under the kitchen table, a miniature table saw on top.” (Via Flavorwire.)

  • maynard marshall

    hi im a diorama type person anyways your work is fantastic what i would give to have a mini table saw in my tiny apartment .im slowly perfecting how to make realistic trees for my 7foot by 10 foot mini city ive amazed all my friends when they come over with my scratchbuilt stuff then the next time they come over the first thing they ask is if have done any more on the little town its amazing what a person can make out of household items icecube tray mjnj wheelbarow,sawdust mixed with paint tree foilage,cd cases windows for buildings,fine sand mixed with driveway sealer for pavement the list goes on and on. well you know what they say a diorama is never finished, drop me aline if you can get away from your lilliput world thanks for reading my mininote ps# im gona try to make a tree like yours.