Adorable and Creepy: Sarah Illenberger Transforms Tiny Objects Into Art

By Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg

A documentary portrait of the Berlin-based artist reveals how she blends sculpture and photography to create illustrations for magazines like Vanity Fair and clients like Nike. Illenberger's work plays on unexpected tricks of scale; she creates infographics from raw vegetables and zippers and builds tiny cities from dominos and sugar cubes. This short video was produced by Ole Wagner, Andrea Cadorin, Robert Porsche, and Constantin Falk for German publisher Gestalten to promote a book of her work

For more videos from Gestalten, visit http://www.gestalten.tv/.

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