Source: @seiradou12 Japanese Artist Creates Stunning Palm-Sized Universe Dioramas 2018-05-17 Thu 2018-05-17 Thu Japanese artist Seiradou (@seiradou12) may need to be careful not to develop a god complex when applying their craft, as the talented "handmade artist" is turning heads on Twitter by building paperweight-sized fantasy-inspired ruins and universes out of resin, and intricately placed gears and watches. Source: Seiradou Source: Seiradou Source: Seiradou Seiradou has recently gained a lot of attention on Twitter of a "Galactic Borderland". "Seira" translates to "aligning countless stars", and that concept is reflecting in Seiradou's work, which can be fully appreciated in a video of the finished product featured at the Tokyo Design Festival. デザフェスで展示する【銀河 幽縁地】の動画バージョンです❗️写真では分からなかった構造や立体感を少しでもお伝えできればと思います🌟#レジン pic.twitter.com/cb64mFNcM8— 星羅堂 (@seiradou12) 2018年5月9日 Scenery contained in Seiradou's beautiful palm-sized orbs includes castle ruins, solar systems, and gear-filled steampunkish wonderlands. Here are a few standout pieces. Source: Seiradou Source: Seiradou Source: Seiradou Source: Seiradou Source: Seiradou Source: Seiradou Source: Seiradou For more of Seiradou's brilliant work, follow on Twitter and visit their official website as well. By - Big Neko. Source:@seiradou12 / Seiradou Tags: Art / Arts and Crafts / Beautiful / Cool / Dioramas / DIY / Fantasy / Handmade / Japan / Planetarium / resin / Space / Twitter / Universe grape Japan Art Japanese Artist Creates Stunning Palm-Sized Universe Dioramas Related Article Japanese Papercraft Artist Expertly Turns Empty Pringles Cans Into Dashing Potato Chip Boyband David Bowie Immortalized As Awesome Japanese Ukiyo-e Artwork Iwate Prefecture Makes Goofy Samurai Pictograms To Help Tourists Traveling In Japan Easy and Comfy Hakama-style Roomwear Inspired By Japanese Artist Illustrator Creates Adorable Mini-Shiba Inu Yen Alternative And It Gets Turned Into Awesome Merchandise Can NBA Trend Of “Ninja Headbands” Unlock Shinobi Powers To Beat The Golden State Warriors?