Warning: Cuteness overload ahead.
Silvia Minucelli is an engineer and freelance artisan who creates itsy-bitsy, ickle figurines using polymer clay and a toothpick—can you imagine how painstaking and difficult that must be? Minucelli produces and sells her delightful models under the name Mijbil Creatures—named after the famous otter in Gavin Maxwell’s book Ring of Bright Water.
Based in Sweden, Minucelli works at her engineering job by day and then at night, spends hour-upon-hour fashioning her intricate designs of jackalopes, dragons, fauns, and even Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones. She sculpts her designs with a toothpick as normal modeling tools are way too big to sculpt something that is sometimes smaller than a pinky nail. Municelli then bakes the finished sculpture, paints it and sells it via her Etsy page. For those with a high cuteness tolerance, you can also follow Mijbil creatures on Facebook or via Minicelli’s blog.
Body Positive Unicorn.
Fox in a Mug.
Dragon, Jackalope, and Faun.
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