Sabine Timm’s creativity never ceases to amaze us. From creating adorable portraits out of food to paper art dioramas to her collection of Miniature Interiors, it’s easy to see why we adore the Germany-stationed artist. In her latest photographs, Timm shows us her transformation of trash found on the beach into the sweetest alphabet we’ve ever seen. Using rope, a broken bathing suit strap, leaves, wood and more, she formed the letters onto painted pieces of notebook paper, creating beautiful — not to mention recycled — typography. Get a closer look at the incredibly inspiring project, including her materials before being formed into letters and a greeting she made out of them, after the jump.
In her series, Miniature Interior, Germany-dwelling artist Sabine Timm evokes childhood memories through the use of doll house-esque housewares. Timm layers the petite objects to form faces in furniture, stacks reminscent of Hoarders, or whimsical displays of trees blooming from homes. There’s also an off-kilter vibe to the collection thanks to the usage of the objects, which are either stacked together in piles or neatly lined-up in a row. Both the neat and messy displays transport us back to being a little girl and moving around doll house furniture, yet with an added unsettling feeling that we can’t put our finger on. Check out Ms. Timm’s unique collection of open rooms after the jump.
Lately, we’ve been inspired to play with our food, and this collection of mini-sculptures by Sabine Timm isn’t helping our desire to create something pretty out of dinner. Using bread, vegetables, muffins, and more, Timm carves and fuses foods together in order to create petite animals, cottages, mushrooms, and faces. Not only are her creations insanely cute — just look at that bunny! — but they’re little works of art that, once again, turn mundane objects into something beautiful and interesting. Think about all of the things you could transform lunch into as you check out Timm’s work below.
Sabine Timm is one of those people who has the ability to turn everything and anything into art. From creating leaf sculptures to fashioning a little world out of cardboard to molding food into adorable characters, the Germany-stationed artist has a unique view of the world that we can’t get enough of. Lately, we’ve fallen in love with her paper work. Timm photographs little handmade vignettes featuring illustrated paper doll characters doing chores, traveling outdoors, and just living their imaginary lives, that is reminiscent of Studio Violet’s Mr. Mustache series. Her work is whimsical, humorous, and inspiring — showing onlookers that there’s beauty in the most unlikely of places if you want to create it. Come with us as we travel into Ms. Timm’s petite paper world after the jump.