Brooke Rothshank is an incredibly rare kind of artist in the sense that she exclusively creates miniature and micro-art. According to the bio on her website, Rothshank began her career in 2002 by discovering her own style while creating a diverse portfolio of art, including acrylic, water color, and oil paintings. Rothshank established herself as a premiere artisan in the world of miniature arts and crafts once she had pieces featured in prestigious galleries including the Penland Gallery, the Andy Warhol Museum, the Chicago International Miniature Show, and more!
Prepare to see something that is truly mesmerizing. Check out how tiny some of this detailed art is in relation to everyday objects!
1. Quaker Oats
Quaker Oats has been a household name for decades and is one of the first things millions of people see when they wake up for breakfast. Seeing how small this piece is compared to the actual oats next to it is just crazy!
2. Campbell’s Soup
Rothshank recreates a classic Andy Warhol piece here with her signature touch. Once you see how gigantic her hand is next to it, it truly puts the size of the piece into shocking proportion.
3. Candyland Figure
Rothshank recreates stunning details in each piece. It’s incredible to see the tools she uses to achieve almost surgical precision.
Everyone’s favorite web-slinger makes his way into the Rothshank catalog. In micro-size, it looks like he should team up with Ant-Man!